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Suzuki, Toshiba, Denso EV battery plans to be pushed back due to the pandemic

Automotive
The India joint venture of Suzuki Motor, Toshiba and Denso is likely to put on hold plans for a second phase of its project to manufacture batteries for electric vehicles, even as the work on the first phase is currently behind schedule, people in the know said. Lack of a well-defined electric vehicle policy and a slowing market for such vehicles have led the joint venture, Automotive Electronics Power (AEPPL), to go slow on the second phase, one of the people said. Earlier, Korea’s LG Chemicals had put on hold its project to produce lithium-ion batteries in India in collaboration with the Mahindra Group. AEPPL said the first phase of the project was delayed by a few months due to operating and logistical hurdles posed by the Covid-19 pandemic and…
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The battery-powered Electric buses to hit the roads soon: Fawad Chaudhry

Automotive
Minister for Science and Technology Fawad Chaudhry has announced that electric buses will start plying in the country this year. He was speaking at an MoU signing ceremony signed between a private transport company of Pakistan and a Chinese company, in Islamabad at local hotel on August 26, 2020. The MoU will lead to introduce an electrical vehicles chain in Pakistan which, will help reduce air pollution as well. In the first phase, 50 million dollars will be invested in building infrastructure; while in the second phase, manufacturing of electric buses will start in Pakistan within next three years. The Minister termed it a breakthrough in fulfilling another promise by the PTI government to take the country to progress. He said that Pakistan would be first country in Asia that…
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Electric Vehicle Policy Starts Attracting Investment

Automotive
Electric Vehicle Policy was for 2-3 wheelers and heavy commercial vehicles formulated after extensive efforts of Engineering Development Board (EDB), Ministry of Industries and Production Ministry of Climate Change, Ministry of Industries and Production, and approved in principle by ECC of the Cabinet in its meeting held on June 10, 2020. The policy has been ratified by the Cabinet on 16th June, 2020 and is at various stages of implementation. The policy was extensively deliberated in Automotive Industry Development Committee (AIDC), which is a Cabinet’s approved body working under Engineering Development Board for promotion of automotive industry. The recommendations mainly focused on “Make in Pakistan” strategy and were duly endorsed by EDB’s Board of Management which include prominent automotive sector businessmen and experts. This policy initially encompasses electric vehicles in…
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Suzuki Jimny to be discontinued in Europe due to stricter emission norms

Automotive
Suzuki has decided to discontinue Jimny in most European markets as the SUV fails to comply with impending CO2 emissions The fourth-generation Suzuki Jimny was unveiled in 2018 and became available for sales in Europe later that year. However, it looks like the days for the hardcore SUV in the European markets were limited. According to media reports, Suzuki has decided to pull the plug on Jimny in most European markets due to emission regulations. Well, the carmaker had already revealed that it will stop selling Jimny in Europe from 2021 but the word on the street is that Maruti Suzuki seems to have advanced that date. Suzuki is likely to start axing the Jimny from various European markets from this year itself. The company has also reportedly stopped supplying…
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Does The Electric-Vehicle Revolution in Pakistan Has A Visibility Problem

Automotive
An electrical vehicle commonly known as EV is an automobile that runs on an electrical motor instead of an internal combustion engine. Electrical energy used instead of fossils fuel to provide power to Automobile. The History of the electrical vehicles starts from backdated 18 Century, at that time the vehicle used for only short distance coverage. Till 1915 it is popular after the ready availability of fossil fuels and the introduction of the IC engine let it be less popular. At that time the biggest drawback is the electrification of the world, charging of batteries, and Range. Only a few metropolitan cities had an infrastructure of electricity. This causes a backlash of charging stations. After the increase of petroleum prices and concern about emission gases by an environmentalist in the…
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