These Made in India EV manufacturers are paving the way for the nation to become ‘aatmanirbhar’

Electrical autos (EV) have created a number of buzz over the previous few years. With air air pollution and local weather change changing into burgeoning environmental issues, it has change into crucial to give you sustainable and environmentally-friendly options for private and non-private transportation. 

Moreover, PM Narendra Modi-led government’s aspirational goal of selling only electric vehicles by 2030, with a large percentage of EVs on the road, has paved the way in which for EV corporations in India. At this time, these corporations are usually not simply decided to fly the flag of Aatmanirbhar Bharat, but in addition see India as an exporter of EVs within the coming years.

SMBStory lists 5 electrical autos and element producers which are paving the way in which for a self-reliant India. 


Satish Jain, Managing Director, PMI Coaches & PEMSPL

Based in 2017 by Satish Jain, PMI Electro Mobility Options has bagged round 1,000 tenders for manufacturing and supplying electrical buses to the central and state governments. The Delhi-based electrical buses producer is clocking an annual turnover of Rs 30 crore at current.

Satish has been within the vehicle enterprise since 1983. After finishing his engineering, he and his household determined to get into the bus-frame manufacturing enterprise. When the EV wave hit India a couple of years later, he determined to enterprise into the electrical mobility area. Thus, PEMSPL got here into existence underneath the greater than 30-year-old mother or father firm, PMI Coaches Pvt Ltd. 

The corporate’s mission is to change into self-reliant or aatmanirbhar. It’s targeted on organising battery and motor manufacturing amenities.

“Our thought course of is to change into self-reliant when it comes to parts and know-how, and subsequently, create our personal infrastructure,” Satish tells SMBStory.

The corporate has additionally partnered with some companies to leverage their technological developments. 

India has the potential to change into a big marketplace for e-buses (China is the market chief), however at current, Satish says solely round 3,000 models of electrical buses run on Indian roads. Nonetheless, in keeping with a report by Sustainable Bus, India could surpass 7,000 buses by 2025. 

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Omega Seiki

Omega Seiki Pvt. Ltd.

Uday Narang, Chairman, Anglian Omega Group and Dr Deb Mukherjee, Managing Director, Omega Seiki Pvt. Ltd.

Anglian Omega Group has been manufacturing shiny bar metal since 1971, and has expanded into a number of different verticals, together with logistics, warehousing, and mobility. The corporate was began by Satya Pal Narang and is now being run by his sons — Uday Narang and Sandeep Narang. The Delhi-based firm clocks a turnover of Rs 1,000 crore yearly.

Within the final three or 4 years, the group has been working to spice up its mobility arm, Omega Seiki Pvt Ltd. Based on its Managing Director Dr Deb Mukherjee, they determined to make the leap after they noticed India using the electrical automobile wave.

Omega Seiki Mobility launched three-wheeler cargo EVs — Singha and Singha Max — powered by Li-ion battery packs in mounted and swappable choices. The autos have a 100-km vary on a single cost, with a capability of 500 kg cargo. They have been unveiled on the Auto Expo in February this yr, and are priced at Rs 4 lakh and Rs 4.5 lakh respectively.

“We wish to be the Tesla within the three-wheeler area,” says Uday Narang, Chairman, Anglian Omega Group.

The enterprise has a producing unit in Faridabad, which additionally homes the EV manufacturing facility. The availability line relies on the outsourcing mannequin. Most parts used for placing collectively an EV product are both manufactured in-house by different subsidiaries of the Anglian Omega Group, or are outsourced. 

Each Deb and Uday wish to be efficient gamers within the section; they’ve eyes on not solely the Indian market, but in addition on the Asian market.

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Hero Electrical 

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Naveen Munjal, Managing Director, Hero Electrical

After discovering success with Hero Cycles and Hero MotoCorp, the Munjal household began Hero Electrical in 2007.

Their market analysis gave them confidence that electrical two-wheeler adoption in India will probably be potential in the long run. They began creating an electrical two-wheeler enterprise as early as 2000.

Hero Electrical is headquartered in Gurugram, Haryana, and has a producing plant in Ludhiana, Punjab. It has round 300 staff.

Based on an estimate, by 2019, Hero Electrical captured 65 p.c share of the Indian electrical two-wheeler market. The corporate claims to have bought 50,000 autos final yr.

Within the midst of the lockdown, the corporate has been taking steps to advertise security for his or her clients.

“We’re selling secure well being and security for our clients and haven’t solely been delivering autos to them at house but in addition servicing their autos at their properties. Hero Electrical has additionally been coaching roadside mechanics to equip them to repair minor issues that come up within the EVs. Prospects needn’t go to our sellers for restore — it may be dealt with by these mechanics at any of our Most well-liked Storage Homeowners (PGO) retailers,” says Naveen Munjal, Managing Director, Hero Electrical. 

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Enigma Cars


Enigma founders Alankrit Bohre (left) and Anmol Bohre (proper)

Anmol Bohre (29) and Alankrit Bohre (26), each laptop science engineers, began EV manufacturing enterprise Enigma Cars in October 2015. “My youthful brother Alankrit had gone to Delhi the place he noticed e-rickshaws. He informed me about it, and we thought we may do the identical in Bhopal. The concept was to carry down the air pollution generated by these three-wheelers and likewise present employment and revenue for the poor,” says Anmol.

They got here collectively and began micro-enterprise Enigma Cars with a capital of Rs 12 lakh — an quantity which got here from the brothers’ and their father’s financial savings. Anmol and Alankrit took up a small farmhouse in Bhopal and began constructing e-rickshaws. 

After outsourcing the manufacturing of battery packs and constructing a community of element suppliers, Enigma began assembling in its farmhouse. It priced the e-rickshaws between Rs 80,000 and Rs 1,30,000.

In 2017, Enigma made revenues of Rs 1.2 crore. On the again of this milestone, the brothers determined it was time to strive one thing new: manufacturing electrical two-wheelers.

It launched the variants Ambier, Crink, and GT450, priced between Rs 49,000 and Rs 75,000. Enigma did a pilot the place it bought 40 such electrical two-wheelers, and Anmol says the suggestions was optimistic and there have been no complaints. “It went higher than we thought it will, and our market grew. This yr, we now have already crossed Rs 80 lakh value gross sales and are on observe to succeed in Rs 1.3 crore by March,” Anmol says.

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Rajat Verma, Founder, Lohum Cleantech

Whereas many corporations are entering into the electrical automobile manufacturing area, it’s also vital to make clear corporations which are manufacturing parts for the EV sector. 

Rajat Verma, an aerospace engineer, used to work on the re-entry of autos from area into the Earth’s ambiance. 

Nonetheless, whereas working with portfolio corporations of a non-public fairness fund in India as an entrepreneur, Rajat got here throughout digital waste administration which set the ball rolling for the launch of his firm Lohum Cleantech. 

He says, “Lohum Cleantech germinated from my expertise in digital waste administration, which in easy phrases means learn how to extract gold from electronics.” Rajat says a number of batteries have been coming into the waste stream. He says he needed to utilise his expertise as an engineer to fill the gaps within the Electrical Automobiles (EV) sector. 

He additionally began pondering over the inclusion of lithium-ion batteries. Lithium-ion batteries are rechargeable batteries utilized in transportable digital gear like cell phones, laptops, and electrical autos. 

“Nearly 50 p.c of the price of the automobile is that of the battery,” says Rajat, including, “This turns into a key space for the electrical automobile producer to sort out.” 

To fill this hole, he based Lohum Cleantech in 2017 in Noida, with the intention of producing lithium-ion batteries for two-wheelers and three-wheeler electrical autos with the potential of customising for different electrical autos together with L5, as per want. 

The manufacturing unit is situated in Larger Noida and one other one is being constructed on the similar location. Lohum Cleantech supplies lithium-ion batteries to a number of EV gamers out there like Neelam Cycles and Bounce. The USP of Lohum Cleantech lies aiding EV corporations to maximise the battery life cycle and encourages them to save lots of assets. It has manufactured and distributed over 1,000 batteries since its inception. The price of every battery pack of a three-wheeler is Rs 56,000. 

Manufacturing of Lithium-ion batteries has been gaining momentum over time. Just lately, ISRO signed an MoU with BHEL to supply these lithium-ion batteries. 

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