Bengaluru, Feb 26 () German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, who visited the SUN Mobility Technology Center as part of his one-day visit to Bengaluru on Sunday, had a first-hand experience of battery replacement in electric vehicles in India.
Leading provider of universal energy infrastructure and services for electric vehicles (EVs), SUN Mobility hosted the German Chancellor at its Bengaluru facility to showcase India’s futuristic mobility and energy solutions to the world.
Accompanied by a senior German delegation, the chancellor toured the company’s development center to understand how India is working with cutting edge technologies to provide affordable mass mobility solutions to lead the transition that is electric, clean and green.
During the hour-long visit, Chetan Maini, Co-Founder and Chairman, SUN Mobility, along with Anant Badjatya, CEO, SUN Mobility interacted with the German Chancellor and discussed India’s clean technology aspirations and how the country is leading the transition to electric mobility. with cutting-edge innovations and solutions that are designed in India, for the world.
“Today, India is at the forefront of electric mobility solutions and is driving the shift towards a clean energy transition. As the world comes together to embrace the electric mobility transformation, India is innovating solutions that are accessible, affordable and accessible to the masses. It was a privilege to engage with Olaf Scholz and the German delegation on the advanced sustainable energy solutions we are building in India, for the world,” said Chetan Maini, Co-Founder and Chairman, SUN Mobility.
Speaking at the event, Chancellor Scholz’s spokesman said: “The Chancellor was introduced to the unique concept of ‘battery swapping’, where commercial two- and three-wheelers do not need a long charging time but can swap their batteries at a moment’s notice . This is all the more important as two- and three-wheelers account for most of the carbon emissions in India’s mobility sector. Innovative concepts such as SUN Mobility, which are affordable and tailored to the Indian market, are vital when it comes to the global shift towards greener mobility.
“In the future, SUN Mobility could partner with German companies and eventually bring their concept to the European market. Already the German company Bosch has a 20 percent stake in SUN Mobility, a further symbol of the Indo-German partnership in green mobility,” added the spokesperson.
As part of the visit, the chancellor toured SUN Mobility’s manufacturing facilities, command and control center, battery assembly line and battery swapping stations for electric two-wheelers and three-wheelers, as well as swappable electric buses.
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