Tag: E-rickshows

How to keep Electric Vehicle battery in good condition for longer period of time

How to keep Electric Vehicle battery in good condition for longer period of time

The battery is the most important and most expensive part of an electric vehicle. Battery degradation is the main problem that most of the EV owners are facing today. Battery capacity degrades at a rate of 2 to 5% per year sometimes faster than that. I this article we will discuss how to keep your electric car battery in a good condition for a longer period of time. 

Lead carbon battery

This Chinese technology can boost EV revolution

Battery performance is the main challenge for EV manufacturers today. Local E rickshaw manufacturers generally use a bulky sealed lead acid battery. These batteries increase the weight of the vehicle hence performance and mileage are highly reduced. Lithium-ion batteries are lighter but the cost of them is very high. Here a Chinese company named Narada power has come up with a unique battery solution, especially for the electric vehicle.
This is Lead Carbon Battery.

Electric bikes in India

This made in India Electric bike can beat bajaj pulsar

Nowadays, youths in India is very much obsessed with sports bike rather than traditional motorcycles. Both looks and performance are important for them. But the current generation of electric two-wheelers is copying the form factor of a scooter. They also have lack of power and performance. That’s the main reason why the electric bikes are not gaining popularity in Indian market.


West Bengal Govt providing E- Rickshow almost free of cost. What you have to do?

Government Of West Bengal has decided to provide E-rickshows to the jobless youths of West Bengal before panchyet election. It will be under the scheme known as ” Swami vivekananda Swanirvarata Prakalpa”. This Scheme generally provides loans for new startups. The state government has allocated 365 crore rupees for this project.

Each E-Rickshow (TOTO) will cost around 1 lakh and 25 thousand rupees. The government will provide 30% of the total cost bank will give 65% of the total cost as loan and rest 5% has to be given by the applicant.