Innovations and Mobility, a leading manufacturer of electric two-wheeler brand
‘Joy e-bike’, signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Singapore-based
renewable energy management consulting firm Sunkonnect.
The association is aimed at facilitating a
feasibility study and identification of potential partner for the manufacturing
of Li-ion advance cells in India.
the MoU, Sunkonnect will set up a committee of experienced scientists,
engineers and analysts to evaluate and identify the professional partner, as
well as to develop the road map to set up the 1GWh cell production plant at
WardWizard’s electric vehicle ancillary cluster in Vadodara.
on the MoU with SunKonnect, Yatin Gupte, Chairman & Managing Director,
Wardwizard Innovations & Mobility Ltd., said, “We are excited to work with
SunKonnect, one of the leading global renewable energy management consulting
firms. Their expertise will help us identify the right partner and establish a
roadmap to set up the manufacturing unit of Li-ion advance cells at our EV
ancillary cluster between 15-18 months. As the safety and security of our
customers are paramount for us, we are integrating cutting-edge technologies to
enhance the quality and promote the adoption of green mobility in the entire
will also identify leading testing and certification agencies to set up a
center of excellence for battery testing at WardWizard premises which will
draft a standard quality specification for batteries. It will further draft
standard norms for batteries to ensure quality and reliability for Joy e-bike's
range of models.
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