Log9 Materials showcases battery technology for electric vehicles at Green Vehicle Expo

Log9 Materials, headquartered in Bengaluru, showcased its entire range of locally developed product offerings and solutions for electric vehicle, energy storage and other related fields during the Green Vehicle Expo 2022 , held at BIEC. Convention Centre, Bangalore.

The Green Vehicle Expo is an annual event held in line with the Indian Government’s commitment and ambition to encourage cleaner and sustainable mobility in India.

Log9 has unveiled its new range of RapidX batteries for electric vehicles used for last mile logistics on various two-, three- and four-wheeled vehicles.

In the e-2W segment, the start-up showcased its battery solution with the Quanta e-bike manufactured by Gravton Motors, which has the feature of traveling from Kanyakumari to Khardung La successfully.

In the e-3W segment, they are showcasing Omega Seiki Mobility’s Rage+ RapidEV, which can be charged from 0-100% in 35 minutes.

Log9 has unveiled an e-3W Grevol cargo vehicle, which it says is India’s first electric three-wheeler with a higher load capacity than electric four-wheelers. Both the Rage+ RapidEV and the Grevol would be powered by Log9’s new 7.7kWh battery.

A one-of-a-kind electric tricycle, Log9 in collaboration with eBikeGo, launched Velocipedo.

In the four-wheel electric vehicle segment, in collaboration with Northway Motors, Log9 has unveiled a retrofitted LCV, which is considered the fastest charging four-wheeler retrofitted commercial vehicle.

Dr. Akshay Singhal, Founder and CEO of Log9 Materials, said: “Overall adoption of electric vehicles in India today stands at 0.8%, but the country has set targets to reach 30%. adoption of electric vehicles in the B2C sector and more than 70% adoption. in the B2B segment by 2030. To achieve such ambitious goals, India needs to accelerate the adoption of electric vehicles through technologies made for India, and also, the push on B2B electrification should be the path to follow.

Interestingly, all of the EVs mentioned above under the Log9 brand arsenal are solar-powered InstaCharged at the expo, with the aim of showcasing a net-zero EV ecosystem in which EVs will be powered by renewable energy. In addition to displaying and letting people test the vehicles, the startup is also showcasing its full battery portfolio, including RapidX 2000, RapidX 6000, RapidX 8000 and RapidX 15000, and a range of energy storage solutions. stationary – ZappUp 4000 and ZappUp 12000.

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