This trend toward EVs is further backed by the creation of an entire ecosystem of cleantech startups which are investing in a clean energy future through innovations in swappable batteries, charging grids, energy storage, and energy management.

With some of India’s biggest two-wheeler manufacturers getting serious about electric and a host of startups developing a range of vehicles, the Indian consumer could well be spoilt for choice in the next couple of years.

Ather Energy

Founded by IIT-Madras alumni Tarun Mehta and Swapnil Jain in 2013, Ather Energy manufactures electric scooters. High capacity for range, high power output for quick acceleration and speed, a long life and fast charging abilities are some of the features that they wanted in an EV, and since no existing models had the best of these, the duo decided to just build one on their own.


Tork Motorcycles

Founded in 2009 by Kapil Shelke, Tork is one of the earliest EV startups in India. For their first model T6X, the team packed in a host of features including cloud connectivity, integrated GPS, and in-built navigation capabilities, making it the first smart motorcycle. Aimed at creating practical electric mobility solutions in India, Tork, previously a motorcycle racing firm, draws heavily from its past experiences.

Emflux 

A severe motorcycle accident turned out to be a twist of fate for IIT Delhi alumnus Varun Mittal. It was then that he decided to pursue his dream of building performance motorcycles. Along with co-founders Ankit Khatry and Vinay Raj Somashekar, Varun stEmflux


A severe motorcycle accident turned out to be a twist of fate for IIT Delhi alumnus Varun Mittal. It was then that he decided to pursue his dream of building performance motorcycles. Along with co-founders Ankit Khatry and Vinay Raj Somashekar, Varun started Emflux.

Ultraviolette Automotive

An electric vehicle company backed by TVS Motor, Ultraviolette Automotive was founded by Niraj Rajmohan and Narayan Subramaniam in December 2014. Although a green mobility startup, Ultraviolette looks beyond the concept of clean fuel.

Orxa Energies

Up-front costs, range, charge time, and charging infrastructure – these are some of the top concerns with EVs. Bengaluru-based husband-wife duo Ranjita Ravi and Prajwal Sabnis is all set to address these challenges with their latest venture Orxa Energies.

Yulu

The latest entrant in the electric bike segment is Bengaluru-based bike-sharing solution platform Yulu, which recently launched its electric scooter, Yulu Miracle. A dockless, lithium battery-powered scooter, it is meant for short-distance commute for one person.

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