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Tesla Club India
Sep 13, 2022
In General Discussions
Chhattisgarh is latest among the states to implement EV Policy 2022. The policy will be valid for a period of five years commencing from 01-04-2022 and extendable to 10 years based on State Government's discretion. - All regulations are applicable for only FCEV, BEV and PHEV. Policy mentions that " Micro, mild and full hybrids shall not qualify as PHEV". - Electric commercial public transport will be given permits on priority by transport department. - Only Electric Autos/rickshaws will be allowed in certain areas to avoid congestion. - All the aggregator service providers to mandatorily have at-least 30% of e-vehicles in their fleet. - In order to avoid congestion in cities, EVs will be mandated in cities while phasing out polluting vehicles in parallel. - Electric mobility blueprint will be created for the entire state for a phase wise transition to EVs. - Transport department shall facilitate the online registration of EVs Road Tax Exemption - 100% waiver of Road tax on all the EVs purchased during the first 2 years from the date of commencement of policy. - The waiver will be 50% and 25% on Road tax on all the EVs purchased during the next 2 years and 1 year respectively. Would have been great if it was 100% for the policy period, but still good. Retrofits Allowed Registration will be allowed for 2 wheelers, 3-wheelers and 4-wheelers retrofitted with an electric motor and an electric powertrain using advanced battery technologies and certified by all government recognized/ approved agency. Purchase Incentives The State will support up to 10% of the cost of the vehicle (excluding tax) or Rs. 1.5 lacs whichever is lower, for Purchase of the electric vehicles, either under individual use or commercial use, for five years till 2026-27. Vehicles sold and registered as fully electric vehicle will be eligible for purchase incentives. For vehicles sold as hybrid electric vehicle will be eligible for 50% purchase incentive provided to fully electric vehicle. Additional Incentives for 2Ws/3Ws/4Ws - Government Departments/Offices, Public Sector Undertakings will give preference to hire EVs for Official use - Municipal authorities will provide 50% subsidized parking for all personal EVs. - Exemption of Registration fees on purchase of EVs for the operational period of this policy. Additional incentives for Buses - 100% SGST on the sale of electric buses sold and registered in the State will be reimbursed . during policy period. - 100% exemption on registration fees for the first five years shall be made available. - The bus operators who wish to scrap/ decommission their existing diesel-powered buses and replace them with electric buses shall be provided additional monetary aid over the existing rule, (Scrap & ULBs) if any through dedicated Transportation Fund. Incentives for Goods/ Other Vehicles - 100% SGST on the sale of electric goods carriages sold and registered in the State will be reimbursed for the policy period. - 100% exemption on registration fees for the policy period will be made available. - Electric goods carriages in the above category shall be exempted from prohibition on plying and idle parking on identified roads of the State. Charging Infrastructure - Setting up of Charging infrastructure will be mandated in the Housing Policy. - Government will provide capital subsidy of 25% to the selected Energy Operators on the charging equipment/ machinery to the first 300 fast charging stations commissioned in the State upto a maximum of INR 10 Lakhs per station. - Govt. will explore the fast charging facility at bus stands/ stops for e-buses to reduce the battery size. - Municipal corporations shall provide reserved public spaces under flyover bridges with free or priority parking for 2-wheelers and adequate charging infrastructure to promote last-mile connectivity. - Charging points for personal EVs of Government employees shall be provided at Government office parking areas. Overall this seems like a good policy. Read yourself full document here.
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Tesla Club India
Sep 03, 2022
In General Discussions
Rajasthan Govt has implemented EV Policy 2022 from September 1st, 2022. It will be valid for 5 years till August 31st, 2027. Policy Targets at end of period - 15% EV share in 2w registration - 30% EV share in 3w registration - 5% EV share in 4w registration - Phased transition to e-Buses connecting priority cities. Those target will most likely be passed in 2w and 3w category. Priority Cities:- Jaipur, Jodhpur, Kota, Udaipur, Bikaner, Ajmer, Bharatpur and Alwar All Electric Vehicles are exempted from Road Tax and Green Tax. Electric Vehicles carrying passengers or good do not require a permit. SGST reimbursement for all EVs(for given units) Incentives for each vehicle category For 2w : INR 5000 - 10000 depending on battery capacity(fixed). : INR 2000 - 5000 for swap ones : 100% SGST reimbursement : For 1,00,000 EVs For 3w : INR 10000 - 20000 depending on battery capacity(fixed). : INR 4000 - 10000 for swap ones : 100% SGST reimbursement : For 25,000 e-cart, e-rickshaw. For 25000 e-auto, e-goods carrier : 15% incentive in retrofit kits upto INR 10000, For 3000 retrofits For 4w : INR 30000 - 50000 depending on battery capacity, ex showroom price under INR 20L. : 100% SGST reimbursement : For 1000 personal 4w, 1000 commercial 4w, For 2000 e-Maxi cabs and Good Carrier : 15% incentive in retrofit kits upto INR 15000, For 2000 retrofits For Buses : INR 1,00,000 - 5,00,000 depending on battery capacity : 100% SGST reimbursement : For 500 E-Buses : 15% incentive in retrofit kits upto INR 2,50,000, For 200 retrofits Charging Infrastructure - Setting Charging Infrastructure will not require any special permit - Private charging at residences/offices permitted through existing connections - Govt will lay down procedure for application of electricity connection and time required to provide connection - SGST reimbursement on EVSE upto a specific amount and specific number - Also some more - Power Tariffs at INR 6/Unit + Fixed charges. Not sure how much fixed charges affect ROI for a CPO, but maybe fixed charges need to be low for public chargers. There are other measures to boost manufacturing. You can download the pdf below.
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Tesla Club India
Aug 29, 2022
In General Discussions
Ladakh Administration has approved EV Policy, which is in implementation from 17.08.2022. Policy is valid for 5 years till 16.08.2027. All Electric Vehicles are exempted from Road Tax Incentives for EV Charging Facility - Electrical power required for EV charging will be charged at domestic rate - Public charging facilities in parking areas of residential, commercial, institutional establishments, etc. will be allowed - Commercial public EV charging stations for Two wheelers, Cars and Buses will be eligible for capital subsidy on equipment/machinery (Capital subsidy of 25% on the equipment's/Machinery or INR 5,00,000/- (Whichever is less) per station for the first 15 EV Charging Stations). Subsidy for EV Buyers(whichever is lower): - For 2w : 10% of Ex-Showroom or INR 15,000 - For 3w e-cart : 10% of Ex-Showroom or INR 30,000 - For 3w : 10% of Ex-Showroom or INR 50,000 - For Car : 10% of Ex-Showroom or INR 2,50,000 - For Bus : 25% of Ex-Showroom or INR 50,00,000 However, there's early bird subsidy, applicable for one year(and units) from date of implementation: - For 2w : 20% of Ex-Showroom or INR 30,000 : 28 EVs - For 3w e-cart : 20% of Ex-Showroom or INR 60,000 : 10 EVs - For 3w : 20% of Ex-Showroom or INR 1,00,000 : 10 EVs - For Car : 20% of Ex-Showroom or INR 5,00,000 : 33 EVs - For Bus : 50% of Ex-Showroom or INR 1,00,00,000 : 11 EVs How Subsidy will be availed? Policy notices this as - " The Demand Incentive shall be available for buyers (end users/consumers) in the form of an upfront-reduced purchase price to enable wider adoption, which will be reimbursed to Dealer by Administration of Union Territory of Ladakh. In case, the individual beneficiary buys an EV (at 100% Ex-showroom price) from dealer based in another state/UT but registers and use the EV in Ladakh, the reimbursement shall be given to individual beneficiary and not to the Dealer. " You can read/download the full Policy below, which also contains dealer registration details.
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Tesla Club India
Aug 17, 2022
In General Discussions
Ladakh gets Solar Powered EV Chargers along with battery storage and induction of 10 Kona Electric cars in Govt Fleet through Convergence CESL. Love it. 2 chargers of 60kW with 2 CCS2 guns each. ~50kWp Solar on Carport ~762kWh BESS ~190kWp Solar Rooftop nearby Crazy how no media has reported it in such details. Convergence CESL should have put out a detailed press release also. We had to dig out the tender, because we love specs! Solar + BESS + EV Chargers is a great combination. Hoping to see more throughout the nation.
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Tesla Club India
Mar 18, 2022
In General Discussions
EV & RE myth busting time, again. A blog for the many EV skeptics going on with their whataboutery. Wrt India, the first argument used is of Electricity generation. Yes, we are coal reliant, for now. We are pushing towards Renewable Energy at an increasing pace. Here's the current breakdown of installed capacity. India has achieved >40% installed RE capacity, years ahead of its 2030 goal. India aims to achieve ~50% of its energy via renewables by 2030, as announced by PM at CoP26. Another question asked is, what in case of a natural disaster? or war? Well these circumstances are not normal. How would you transport oil or coal during a disaster? Renewables and Energy Storage are best answer in these case. How? Micro Grids. Locally produced and stored energy, not dependent on a far more centralised system as in case of fossil fuels. Disruption in one place won’t affect others. But what about battery production? Yes, it is increasing every day. More and more companies are jumping in to make batteries. Here’s a forecast from Benchmark Minerals. Production by 2030 could easily exceed these. Battery tech advancement is just starting. More companies are jumping into R&D and production. Cost of batteries and RE weren’t at a level a decade earlier as they are today. No one solution needs to fit every place, RE and Batteries fit most. Humans will sort out rest also. Another point often raised is minerals required for batteries. World has enough of them. Innovation is continuing to make batteries and vehicles efficient. LFP batteries use much more common materials. They have '0' cobalt use. Research on Sodium Ion batteries is going in also. For those unaware, cobalt is used much more in fossil fuel industry than in batteries. It is extensively used for desulfurization. You CAN NOT recycle fossil fuels, but YOU CAN recycle batteries. And it is not something that will happen in future, it’s happening now. Redwood Materials, Tesla Giga Nevada, Attero in India are some examples of companies recycling batteries. Here is great video by CNBC about the same: https://www.cnbc.com/video/2021/04/10/jb-straubels-redwood-materials-ex-tesla-cto-tackles-battery-recycling.html "Attero Recycling has also partnered with MG Motors to recycle Li-ion batteries fitted in the brand's ZS EV units." Tesla also has battery recycling at Giga Nevada. And every new Tesla Battery Cell factory is going to have recycling facility also. No one is going to waste these precious batteries now. But what about power source, if it's from coal it is no use? Well, EVs are cleaner even when powered by fossil energy. As reported in Forbes-- "A new study by the universities of Exeter and Cambridge in the UK and Nijmegen in the Netherlands has concluded that electric cars lead to lower carbon emissions overall, even if electricity generation still relies on fossil fuels." "The idea that electric vehicles or electric heat pumps could increase emissions is essentially a myth," said lead author Dr. Florian Knobloch, from the University of Nijmegen. "Even in our worst-case scenario, there would be a reduction in emissions in almost all cases." It is also shown in Tesla’s 2020 impact report. Lifetime emissions in EU, NA & China. The chart comparing China’s average emissions to a province in china with green grid shows that in both cases, EVs are cleaner than ICE. Here’s more proof. ICCT report. EVs are cleaner, even in India. Here’s another India specific ICCT report- "EVs can get cleaner over their lifetimes as the energy that powers them gets cleaner. India is already deploying renewables at a healthy rate, and a delay in switching to EVs would result in, among other things, a failure to capture the full gains possible from the cleaner grid as it materializes. And passenger cars are often on the road for 15 years in India." And even if it wasn’t for Climate Crisis, EVs are far better because they help reduce local air pollution. There’s no noise. There’s possibility to ‘fuel’ at home, even using Solar. None of this is possible incase of ICE. Here’s a great representation from PluginIndia. No one takes in account emissions for production, refining & transportation of fossil fuels when they compare to EVs. As per report- "By weight, 40% of maritime trade consists either of fossil fuels on their way to be burned or of chemicals derived directly from fossil fuels." It is just insane. EVs are just ridiculously efficient compared to anything else. And it is something that isn’t changing. EVs will remain efficient. But are EVs enough? No. We need revolution in industries also. And that’s where hydrogen has potential, not on road transportation. Here are brilliant 2 part articles on hydrogen. Part I- Separating hype from Hydrogen: The Supply Side Part II- "Hydrogen’s role in the final energy mix of a future net-zero emissions world will be to do things that cannot be done more simply, cheaply and efficiently by the direct use of clean electricity and batteries." Can EVs be absolutely clean? No. No human activity will ever be absolutely clean. Are EVs relatively clean? Yes. Can they be made more cleaner? Yes. How? With improvement in battery tech, vehicle efficiency & renewable energy. Overtime grid is going to get greener, so will EVs. Overtime a ICE is going to get dirtier. You can also read one of our previous blog countering some myths also. And time to focus on hybrids was few years ago, not now. Main focus need to be BEVs. Here's our blog on this. Solution to fossils isn’t instant, it will take time & will only happen if we start now. To be fair, should have started a few decades earlier, but anyway. Right now, we don’t need to be stuck in the propaganda of businesses/persons who benefit from fossils. Not to mention fuel & maintenance savings on a EV. Go Electric to save money, if not for environment. Nikhil Chaudhary & Garvit Singh Team Tesla Club India Building a Community For The Future.
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Tesla Club India
Nov 30, 2021
In General Discussions
Tesla hasn't launched any vehicle yet, but some Supercharger units seems to be here in India. Here's a image we have got: We can't wait for Tesla to install them and start delivering some vehicles in country⚡. Tweet link - https://twitter.com/TeslaClubIN/status/1465285252537008134?s=20
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Tesla Club India
Sep 11, 2021
In Kona Owners
Akhil Krishnan did a ~1800km Road Trip in his kona. Here it is compiled, as shared by him on twitter. Couple of weeks back, did a ~1800 km drive in our Kona. Was a seamless drive experience thanks to the good network of DC fast chargers across the main highways in Southern India now. Attached is the route map & the drive stats, followed by some brief trip notes in this thread as below. Route planned: Day 1: Bangalore - Chennai. Day 2: Chennai. Day 3: Chennai - Coimbatore-Alathur. Day 4: Alathur-Mararikulam-Alathur. Day 5: Alathur-Coimbatore-Coorg (Siddapur). Day 6: Coorg. Day 7: Coorg-Bangalore. Started Bangalore to Chennai with 58% SoC with the usual plan to have 20min charge stops at Krishnagiri & Vellore each. Just as we were nearing Shoolagiri, had a bad tyre failure/cut, writing off the tyre & had to opt for a Bridgestone replacement (stock is Nexen) from a shop nearby. One hour later was back on the road, charged up at zeoncharging Krishnagiri, and later at MG Vellore before we reached Chennai. Total journey time including the unplanned stops + charge- 6.5 hrs. ITCGrandChola were happy enough to provide a 16A socket to charge up overnight. Had about 100-150km of driving around in Chennai to do, so started with 70% SoC. Got the stock low resistance Nexen tyre in Chennai, so had it fixed because I didn't want the range to drop because of one mismatched tyre. Finished my work & got back to ITC around 11pm and plugged in. Was at full 100% 8 hours later, and was good to go by 7 am. This was going to be the longest I'd driven the Kona in a single day ~600km. We had a relaxed start, left for Coimbatore by around 1pm. Reached @zeoncharging Tindivanam by 2.45 & left by 3.30 after a lunch + charging stop. Next stop was Zeon at Attur. This stretch (Tinidivanam-Attur) was empty and made for some really fast progress. Did 180km in 1.75 hours and as a result, reached A2B/Zeon at Attur with 10% left, around 5.15pm. Plugged in and left the car to have a coffee & snack. Within a few minutes, there was a crowd around the Kona made up of people who were really interested in the cost/range etc. Interest in EVs are real & looks promising! Left here at 6pm, would've left ~15 min sooner (the car was done charging), but spent that time talking to people. Next stop was Zeon Avinashi. We didn't have to stop there (had enough range to reach Zeon Navakkarai) but it was a new location and wanted to check it out for future travel plans. Reached the location (Hotel Tiruppur Sree Annapoorna) around 8.45pm. There was a brand new Nexon charging up there, and he was already at around 85% SoC, and the charging speed had already dropped to ~15kW. He wanted another 10 min so decided to let him finish. But that 10 min turned into 45 mins because he was insistent that he get the full 100%. The Tata salesman who sold him the car had fed him some BS about the battery getting damaged if he didn't charge to 100% every time + an even bigger "golden" tip to not touch the car when charging. The owner wouldn't listen to me no matter what, so gave up & waited for him to hit 100%. I could've had my dinner in this time, but another Nexon showed up and I didn't want to lose my spot having waited this long. Finally the Nexon hit 100% and I plugged in and went to have my dinner. Stopped the charge at 50% and left around 10pm. Dropped the wife off at Coimbatore by 10.45,carried on towards my place in Alathur, KL. At the Walayar TN-KL border, was stopped by the KL cops for entry checks, but they were more interested in the Kona! 15 min later, they let me go. Reached my place around 12AM. Drive stats attached. Plugged in to my 7.2kW portable charger, at the 20A setting. Normally I charge as slow as possible, since I spend at least a full day here without driving anywhere. But I had to run around the next day for around 225km or so, and I wanted a quick charge up. By 7AM it was at 80%. Drove into the new Kuthiran tunnel (finally!) towards Thrissur, was done running errands and back home by 6pm with 9% left. Plugged in again for a 100% charge at 20A, since I had to leave for Coorg at 7 am the next day, with a distance of 390km to be covered. Left by 7 am, reached Coimbatore by 8, picked up the wife and attended a function near Brookefields Mall. Since the mall had a Zeon 25kW DC charger, charged up from 70 to 90% while we were away at the function (convenient!). Finally we left Coimbatore around 12.30. We had added exactly 20% at Coimbatore, so if we hadn't charged there, would've reached Mysore with just 2% left (range anxiety kicks in below 5% for me!). Zeon at Mall of Mysore is a great location,with good food options in and around the mall.Spent exactly 30 min here and left.% SoC. We had added exactly 20% at Coimbatore, so if we hadn't charged there, would've reached Mysore with just 2% left (range anxiety kicks in below 5% for me!). Zeon at Mall of Mysore is a great location, with good food options in and around the mall. Spent exactly 30 min here and left. Left Mall of Mysore by 5.15 and we reached Evolve Back in Siddapur around 7pm and 105km later, the last 30km of which was beautiful, winding forest roads. Had around 28% but didn't plan on going anywhere the next day so I didn't plug in when we reached. Plugged in around 12.30 PM the next day, the resort very kindly ran an extension box for me from a socket near their front office. Allowed it to charge really slowly at 10A/2.2kW overnight, since we were going to have a late mid morning start around noon. Left for Bangalore by 12pm & a 100% charge. The plan was to beat potential traffic buildup on the infamous Bangalore-Mysore highway by getting through during off-peak hours. Drove through non-stop and luckily had very light traffic. Reached Bangalore around 4pm with 28% left! Was a fantastic drive, and the detailed charge stops with cost is up in the 1st tweet of this very long (apologies!) thread. This is an effort to prove that multi-day drive itineraries are easily done in an EV without range anxiety, at a fraction of ICE cost! Thanks for reading!
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Aug 17, 2021
In General Discussions
Central Electricity Regulation Commission(CERC) recently released a Draft 'Ancillary Services Regulation'. Ancillary services refer to functions that help grid operators maintain a reliable electricity system(BESS etc). According to letter found by us, Tesla has commented on the draft and has sent it's suggestions & comments. We see this as a +ve sign from Tesla wrt India & hopefully we will soon see Tesla India Energy in action. - "Tesla believes that a complete set of market design rules supporting, providing of all grid services battery storage can provide, is an essential prerequisite to achieving India’s vision to integrate over 450GW of renewable energy by 2030. " -"The lessons learned from Tesla’s global engagements with market operators on batteries make it clear that for a large, complex grid such as in India’s, primary, secondary, and tertiary frequency control are “must-have tools” to ensure stability of the nation’s evolving power system." -"Based on our global experience, the overarching aim for ancillary service design should be to use co-optimised, market-based procurement where possible, and where not possible, structured procurement approaches." -"Market design should also try to enable new, lower-emission technologies to provide all ancillary services in addition to energy requirements and recognise that fast and flexible response is an increasingly important characteristic of a future energy system and should be valued as such." -"Tesla supports the introduction of ‘pay for performance’ elements that incentivise, recognise, and reward the accuracy and speed of response characteristics from providers of Ancillary Services." -"Tesla’s battery systems react automatically and almost instantaneously to locally measured changes in system frequency outside predetermined set points." In the letter Tesla was continuously referring to it's Australia Hornsdale Battery System. The success of that battery is something that Tesla can show to anyone, building confidence in Tesla, as well as on how to do things regulation wise. We are excited to see Tesla energy being an important of the Tesla India roadmap⚡️. *Extras:
EXCLUSIVE : Tesla India comments on CERC Draft for Ancillary Services content media
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Aug 15, 2021
In General Discussions
Simple has launched its One electric scooter at ₹1.10 lakh (ex-showroom); this excludes state subsidies. Let's see the specs: 4.5 kW Base output 7 kW Peak output 72 Nm of torque Eco, Ride, Dash and Sonic Modes 0-40 km/h in 2.95 secs 105 km/h Top Speed 236 kms IDC Range 203 kms Company Claimed (Eco) 4.8 kWh Combined Battery Pack(1 removable + 1 non-removable) IP67 Charging Time(0-80%): Fixed Battery at Home Charger- 2.75hrs; Removable Battery- 75mins Regenerative Braking Chain Drive Colour options: Brazen Black, Namma Red, Grace White and Azure Blue 30 l boot storage 110 kg Kerb Weight Telescopic Fork up front Monoshock at the Rear 7 inch display Colours: Also Read: The Ola S1 & S1 Pro *This post will be constantly updates as and when we get to know about more specs about the scooter.
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Aug 15, 2021
In General Discussions
Ola Electric has launched its first electric vehicle, the Ola S1 electric scooter in two variants, with prices beginning at ₹99,999 (Ex-showroom) for the base S1 variant. The top-spec Ola S1 Pro variant has been priced at ₹1,29,999 (Ex-showroom). Both variants differ in performance, range, number of riding modes, and number of colours, although the basic design is the same. Let's see the specs: S1 8.5 kW Peak Power 58 Nm Max Torque 2.98 kWh Battery pack 110/70-R12 MRF tyres 0-40 km/h 3.6 sec 0-60 km/h 7 sec 90 km/h Top Speed Normal and Sports Mode 121 IDC Range 0-100% 4hrs 48mins LED headlamps Octa-Core Processor 3GB Ram 7" TFT Display 4G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth Proximity Lock/Unlock Remote Boot Lock/Unlock User Profiles and Valet Price: ₹99,999(~$1350) (ex-showroom) (after FAME Subsidy) Yearly Subscription fee 'may' be there for SIM and its dependent tools. (not official) S1 Pro 8.5 kW Peak Power 58 Nm Max Torque 3.97 kWh Battery pack 110/70-R12 MRF tyres 0-40 km/h 3 sec 0-60 km/h 5 sec 115 km/h Top Speed Normal, Sports and Hyper Mode 181 IDC Range 0-100% 6hrs 30mins LED headlamps Octa-Core Processor 3GB Ram 7" TFT Display 4G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth Proximity Lock/Unlock Remote Boot Lock/Unlock User Profiles and Valet Voice Control Hill Hold Cruise Control Price: ₹1,29,999(~$1755) (ex-showroom) (after FAME Subsidy) Yearly Subscription fee 'may' be there for SIM and its dependent tools. (not official) Specific Prices for some states: *values in INR(₹) Also Read: The Simple One from Simple Energy *This post will be constantly updates as and when we get to know about more specs about these scooters.
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May 11, 2021
In General Discussions
Tesla India now seems to have a Country Director. Prashanth R Menon. He's with Tesla since 4+ years. Earlier he was Director Advisory - Cost, Process & Regulatory at Tesla US. #TeslaIndia🇮🇳 #TCIN
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Apr 29, 2021
In General Discussions
BREAKING : Tesla India is gearing up for the launch with new hirings. Logistics Analyst - Nithin George Thomas. He will be "Handling Inbound, Outbound & Customs activities for India". Earlier he was Logistics Manager at Volvo Cars India.
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Apr 21, 2021
In General Discussions
BREAKING : Tesla India is moving full speed ahead with building local team. We did a little digging, there have been few new hirings. First as was reported in Media, Manuj Khurana (Policy and Business Development) was one of the first new hires. Tesla India now has a Charging Manager - Nishant. Heading the Supercharging, Destination Charging & Home Charging Business for Tesla India. He was heading Charging Infra earlier at Ather Energy. Can't wait for some Tesla Charging in India. Tesla India now has a Country HR Leader - Chithra Thomas. She joined in April and earlier worked at Walmart and Reliance. . We are excited to see the progress.
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Apr 06, 2021
In General Discussions
Are you interested in hosting a Tesla Charging site at your Restaurant/Mall/Office/Parking/Other places? You can host Tesla Superchargers or Wall Connectors for destination charging. # Don't know if Tesla will respond or not, but nevertheless worth a try for those interested. Remember Tesla Owns and Operates the Superchargers. SuperChargers are DC Fast Chargers, varying from 72-250kW. For wall connectors, some might be Tesla owned and operated, some can be business operated. Wall Connectors are AC Fast chargers upto 11.5kW. Why host Tesla Chargers? (Below points taken from Tesla Website) Become a Charging Partner Tesla’s Supercharger and Destination Charging networks are continually expanding, offering Tesla drivers unparalleled convenience and comfort. Charging facilities installed on your property attract Tesla drivers to your business, providing both new and repeat customers. Hospitality and Retail Build customer loyalty by providing Tesla charging for your customers. We will work with you to determine the best charging solution for your business. Multi-Family As a developer or property manager, you can install Tesla charging as a basic amenity. We will consult your team on the best overnight charging solution for your current or future residents. Workplace From small businesses to entire campuses, Tesla provides an easy way to install convenient charging for your employees. Tesla wall connectors can be used to charger other EVs as well, SuperChargers are limited to Tesla only as of now. You can visit the webpage on Tesla Website and fill the form. First put your contact details: Then put details about the property by selecting India in country.
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Mar 29, 2021
In General Discussions
EXCLUSIVE - Paid Up Capital of Tesla India has increased to INR 15,01,00,000(~$ 2.07M) from INR 1,00,000. Steady progress by the Tesla India team to fulfil Elon Musk's promise of "next year for sure" to us. Go Team Tesla India. Hype is Real Seems like definite progress wrt Showrooms, Service and SuC network. Tesla India has allotted 1,50,00,000 new shares at price INR 10. Tesla International allotted 1,49,85,000 new shares and Tesla Netherlands 15,000. .
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Mar 15, 2021
In Ather
Hi Welcome to TCIN Forum category for Ather Owners & Enthusiasts. Feel free to share your experience ask your doubts. We support all EVS. You will find categories for other EVs too. Keep supporting Thank You Nikhil Chaudhary
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Mar 04, 2021
In Know Your Model 3 & Model Y
In previous post/video we saw how to use Tesla NFC Key Card to unlock/lock and preparing to drive. In this post(video also available on YT channel) we will see how to use Tesla Key Fob to unlock/lock and other features. Key Fob is not provided by Tesla with vehicle, you have to purchase it separately. You can watch the video here. How to set up Key Fob After purchasing the Key Fob, you can't go right away using it. You need to set it up with the vehicle first. 1. Unlock the vehicle using NFC Key Card. 2. On the screen go to "settings"(car icon at bottom right). 3. Go to "locks" 4. Click on + button. 5. Place the key fob behind the cup holders. When vehicle recognise it, remove it. 6. Now place the key card behind the cup holders to authentic the key fob. When done, remove it. 7. You can rename the key fob as you wish. Key Fob is ready to be used. Unlocking - Double press on "roof" of key fob. Locking - Single press on "roof" of key fob. Opening trunk - Double press on "trunk" of key fob. Closing trunk - Double press on "trunk" of key fob. Opening Frunk - Double press on "frunk" of key fob. You have to manually close the frunk. Opening charge port - Long press the "roof" of key fob You can watch the video on our Youtube channel. Special thanks to Nash Tesla in the Gong for helping us with this series. Do check out his channel. *Don't forget to check out Club Merch.
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Tesla Club India
Mar 02, 2021
In Know Your Model 3 & Model Y
Welcome Guys We are starting this separate forum space for tutorials and instructions about Tesla Model 3 and Y, so that potential owners understand the vehicle before taking delivery of their Tesla. We will also be posting videos of these simultaneously on our Youtube channel. Click the link here . In this first post we will see how you can unlock/lock your Model 3 and Y. And prepare for drive. You can watch this video here. Unlocking your Vehicle a) Take out your NFC key card that comes with Vehicle. b) Place the key card below driver side B Piller Camera. Your vehicle is unlocked. Preparing to Drive Place your key card below the cup holder section in center. Your vehicle is now on and ready to drive! Locking your vehicle Just like you did to unlock, place your key card below driver side B Piller Camera and your vehicle will lock(mirrors will fold). You can watch this on our YT channel also. Special thanks to Nash Tesla in the Gong for helping us do video and forum post. Do check out and sub his YT Channel.
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Tesla Club India
Feb 26, 2021
In Starlink
While looking for updates on Starlink in India, I found out that SpaceX has Trademarked the wordmarks "Starlink" and "SpaceX" way back in 2017. Company has not yet been incorporated in India. Both listing the following Goods and Services details - Satellite communication and transmission services; wireless broadband communication services; transmission of data, voice and video via satellite; interactive satellite communication services; delivery of messages by electronic transmission; providing telecommunications connections to the Internet; telecommunications gateway services; providing highspeed wireless internet access; providing multiple-user access to the internet, global computer networks, and electronic communications networks; providing access to global information networks; telecommunications services via satellite; providing a website featuring information in the field of satellite communications; providing a website featuring information in the field of internet access via satellite; providing access to electronic databases and online information for use in retrieving satellite data, recordings, and measurements; satellite photography services. Have you booked a Starlink yet? If yes, do share on forum why you would chose it over your current provider. Nikhil Chaudhary
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Tesla Club India
Feb 24, 2021
In General Discussions
Tesla Club India just found out that Authorised Capital has Increased to INR 50,00,00,000 or $6.9M from INR 15,00,000($20.7k). This hints to company's plan to invest in Sales, Service & SuC. Yesterday night in another exclusive we reported about Company's plan to alter it's authorized capital when we found out that company filed Form SH7 with govt on February 19th, 2021.
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