Electric Vehicle Industry around the globe is presently flourishing and looks like it will soon take over the combustion engine vehicle market. Although the unfortunate COVID-19 pandemic will surely take the EV industry back in time, most of the Automobile companies are working on expanding their EV market. Many nations are also planning for the complete switch from ICE vehicles to Electric Mobility in the future. Countries like France and Uk are planning a complete EV revolution by 2025. On the other hand, the Indian Government is planning a 100% sale of electric cars in the nation by 2030. Different countries have different plans and strategies to accomplish the goal of an electric revolution in the Automotive Industry. 

Last year the EV Industry worldwide managed to cross 2% of overall global vehicle sales. Although the number is not big, it is gradually increasing. The Central Government, along with respective authorities of different nations, are rolling out new plans and policies to encourage the growth of the Electric Mobility transition. But still, the industry cannot set up a reliable and well-structured ecosystem for the expansion of the EV industry. Talking of India, many hurdles and concerns are preventing the nation from growing in the field of E-Mobility.

Biggest challenges in expanding Electric Mobility in India

A planned and an organized infrastructure will help in expansion of Electric Mobility
Lack of an organized and connected infrastructure is one of the challenges expanding Electric Mobility in India

The Indian Electric Vehicle Industry is facing a lot of challenges while expanding the network of Electric Mobility in the nation. The country is still unable to manufacture electric cars locally. Hence, it needs to import EV components from China that result in increasing the cost of these vehicles. The expansion of charging infrastructure and Battery Swapping Stations (BSS) will take time to cover the whole country. The India OEMs are not interested in investing in battery technologies because of the uncertainty of the EV industry due to the lack of demand for EVs across the country.  

Another important factor is a loose supply chain management in the Indian EV industry. The electric vehicle revolves around three key areas: environment, energy and power resources, and mobility. Hence a proper association and a secure link will help the country’s electric mobility. Starting from mineral extractors and other energy reservoirs to the top-most manufacturers and other OEMs, a well-structured electric vehicle value chain is needed to manufacture the EVs locally. The Multi-stake holders and other OEMs must invest in the latest electronics and battery technologies. When an organized EV infrastructure with proper supply chain management works simultaneously, it will ensure stable and robust growth in the EV sector. It will help gain the trust of the consumers and encourage them to switch from ICE to Electric Vehicles.

What Delta Motor Corp have in store for expanding Electric Mobility in India

The eficient battery technology, EV powertrain, and smart dashboard will help in buildin a connected Electric Mobility ecosystem.
 The battery technology, EV powertrain, and smart dashboard are the essential components which must be manufactured in India in larger numbers

The Central Government, concerned authorities, along with the R&D and EV manufacturing companies, are working to accomplish E-Mobility in India. Delta Moto Corp is one such company that is experienced in designing and developing key components of the electric vehicle. It includes the production of batteries, EV powertrains, smart dashboard, and BLDC motor hub. Also, the Delta Moto Corp helps in setting up of efficient charging infrastructures. 

The battery technology, EV powertrains, and the smart dashboard are the major components required to manufacture an electric motor vehicle. India somewhat lacks in making high-quality battery packs for electric cars. But the Indian Government is taking steps and encouraging OEMs to invest in powerful battery technology. Also, Delta Moto Corp is effectively finding solutions to build efficient and robust batteries for EVs. The powertrain inside an electric vehicle is simpler as compared to combustion engine vehicles and comprises fewer components. The significant components are DC-AC converters, motors, battery management, and thermal management system, and body control module. Very few companies in India are working on R&D and building such efficient powertrains. The Delta Moto Corp is one such company that focuses on delivering dynamic and cost-effective EV powertrains.

In today’s generation, apart from the chassis and performance of a vehicle, people want their EV to be smart and have the latest security features. An intelligent and dashboard in an EV is a digital cluster enabled with an AI. It helps to monitor every bit of the motor vehicle, ranging from speed, activation of ABS, to battery SOC. Therefore, Delta Moto Corp works on R&D and builds responsive and compelling smart dashboards for electric vehicles.

Although an organized and planned infrastructure is required to expand the EV ecosystem, we can not neglect the development of an electric vehicle’s essential components in the local market. In India, companies like Delta Moto Corp are working towards finding solutions for EV battery technology, powertrain, and smart dashboards. But the OEMs and other manufacturers need to contribute on a higher level to expand the Electric Mobility in the country. Due to the unfortunate coronavirus, the electric vehicle industry will be a long way behind its plan. But the industry can take it positively, and now it can fix the problems at ground level.