Published on : Jun 04, 2018
In the electric mobility ecosystem, partnerships are driving innovation wherein vehicle manufacturers and startups are joining hands to tap into new technologies, networks, markets, and ideas.
Overall, the e-mobility ecosystem being tightknit involves considerable give and take, stated by an associate of a Bengaluru-based enterprise. Altigreen Propulsion Labs, as the enterprise is known makes powertrains to convert petrol or diesel vehicles to hybrid type and at the same time improve fuel efficiency and cut emissions. Altigreen’s technology is used by both startups and large automakers. The company works with vehicle companies that manufacture, three-wheelers, two-wheelers, cars, and tractors.
Developed by Sun Mobility, Electric Mobility Space to be furnished by Common Technology Platform for Automakers in India
In India, electric vehicles sales is predicted to witness double-digit growth until 2010 driven by government initiatives, as per a report by global consulting firm Ernst & Young. At present, electric vehicle industry in India is young, which accounts for less that 1% of total sales of vehicles. Howbeit, the government aims 100% electric vehicles for public transport and 40% of personal vehicles to be electric type by 2030.
Sun Mobility – forayed into manufacture of electric vehicles much before any other company in India. The company serves to provide tech platforms and solutions for several startups and automakers. Sun Mobility has tied-up with Ashok Leyland for an electric bus, along with couple of other companies.
Sun Mobility is vying to create a building block to serve large automakers as well as startups. The open architecture of the platform can help automakers reduce their time to market. The company has been involved in mentoring 10 to 15 startups in the e-mobility space which were facing issues with battery management.