“Breaking down the reasons why Indian electric vehicles require batteries made in India”

By Venkat Rajaraman, CEO and Founder, Cygni

India is on the verge of a major transformation and at the heart of it is the automobile industry, with electric vehicles (EVs) swiftly becoming the country’s favorite mode of transportation. EVs encompass a wide range of vehicles, including two-wheelers, three-wheelers (e-rickshaws and L5 loaders), four-wheelers, and electric buses.

 

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“Battery Swapping Policy – Dawn of a new era”

By Venkat Rajaraman, CEO and Founder, Cygni

The most important aspect of this policy is that it puts the battery manufacturers in the front and centre of this entire scheme.

The much-awaited draft policy for the swappable batteries was released by NITI-Aayog a few days back. The policy has a lot of good interventions which are very important from the adoption perspective and at the same time the policy skims over some of the critical details, and a few details are still left open.

 

 Read More at:  Financial Express

“Battery Swapping policy: The good and not so good aspects for EVs”

By Venkat Rajaraman, CEO and Founder, Cygni

Currently, more than 50 percent of small EV batteries in India are fitted with low-quality Battery Monitoring Systems(BMS). Under the new swapping policy, such cheap hardware will go out of the door as the policy mandates all swappable batteries.

 

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“Cygni to install Gigafactory to produce 4,00,000 battery packs per annum in India”

Electric Vehicles are the talk of the town. The EV segment is growing in India at a rapid pace, especially the two-wheeler segment. We have multiple EV players in this category and to boost the EV revolution, there are local battery makers as well.

 

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“Battery swapping policy needs to look into these points too”

By Venkat Rajaraman, CEO and Founder, Cygni

NITI Aayog’s recently released draft battery swapping policy signals a dawn of a new era for the eMobility in India.

There are a few areas that are left open, and the draft policy doesn’t address them fully. Closure on these is very important for adoption to take-off. The first one is the standardization in terms of the battery dimensions, connectors, size, voltage, etc.

 

 

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Read More at:  Economic Times

“2022 insights- Breakthrough in Indian Battery technology”

By Venkat Rajaraman, CEO and Founder, Cygni

Lithium-ion battery picked up pace in the mid-1980s where three professors, John B. Goodenough, along with Stanley Whittingham and Akira Yoshio got Nobel Prize for inventing the lithium-ion battery. Basically, there are two predominant cell chemistries. One is LFP (Lithium Ferro Phosphate) and the other is NMC (Nickel, Manganese Cobalt) cell. Both of them have their own advantages and disadvantages. The battery itself is a trade-off among various parameters. Typically, the tradeoff happens across multiple verticals. And you do the tradeoff between the energy density, the safety, the long life, faster charging, and all of them. This is a tradeoff.

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Read Here:  Express Computer

Cygni, an EV manufacturing company, too is doing its bit in keeping up with the pledge made by our PM. The firm is encouraging its employees to go for Electric Vehicles and is sweetening the deal with many offers. Venkat Rajaraman, CEO and Founder, Cygni says, “We have always been ahead of the technology adoption curve and we believe that we would continue to be the early adopters of such breakthrough technologies.
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