EV charging infrastructure is not just an Indian problem
I think the infrastructure for EVs is a worldwide phenomenon and not just an Indian problem. In the UK, the EV base is expanding and some problems are currently showing up, which are likely to be repeated in India depending on how rapidly the EV growth takes place here.
Elecrama 2018 was not merely an exhibition. It reflected the industry sentiment. Looking at the numbers- Rs 65 billion of business queries generated, footfall of around 298,000 and 1,200 exhibitors-it seems all is well with the power sector.
Our grid solutions can bring down transmission losses
Lucy Electric in India has been very active for years. It started in mid-nineties, and at present, we have two manufacturing units in India, one in Vadodara which supports the rest of our business and sub assemblies and key components.
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