1. Bahuguna Tech – Looking for Retail Channel Partners
Bahuguna tech, based out of Jangaon, Telangana is one of the largest electric 3W manufacturing units in India. The product portfolio includes Electric 3W – Passenger & Loaders, Electric Garbage Vehicles, Electric Carts & Utility Vehicles and many more. Takes pride in the production of world-class products and better quality than Chinese counterparts at fairly competitive prices.
Opportunity: Looking for long-term partnership with Retail Channel partners. Requirements:
Retail space for e-Scooter showroom: 300 – 500 Sqft
Investment in Electric Scooters & Spares: Rs. 5 Lakhs | Manpower: 1 – 2 People
Contact: Sanjay Bahuguna | +91 9849028910 | [email protected]
2. Tirex Charging Infra – Looking for Channel Partners / Distributors
Tirex Charging Infra Pvt Ltd. offers end to end EV Charging Solutions, complete with IoT based cloud-CMS and mobile application, for all EV segments including 2Ws, 3Ws, 4Ws, buses and trucks. Provides ARAI and CE certified chargers (Bharat AC001, Bharat DC001, CCS2, Type 2 AC, CHAdeMO) and charging infrastructure solutions for home, public charging and fleets.
Opportunity: Looking for Authorized Channel Partners / Distributors for this futuristic Business in different regions of India.
Contact: Hemanshu Pandya |+91 9328979815 | [email protected]
3. Volttic – Looking for Investors for EV Charging Projects
VOLTTIC is a Charge Point Operator, working on installing public charging stations as well as captive EV Charging stations for Car & Bus fleet operations. Planning to expand its DC fast EV Charger network across major cities for EV fleet Charging projects.
Opportunity – Looking for investors on Debt / Equity / NBFC / Venture Capital basis to execute EV Charging projects with attractive returns on investment.
Contact: Varun Chaturvedi | [email protected] |+91 9711829983
4. Que Rides – Looking for Investors
A point-based shared mobility solution that provides the first and last-mile commute to and from the Hyderabad Metro Stations using EVs. Que has reached an Early Traction stage through the operation of a pilot project that saw 20,000+ km driven; 10,000+ commuters provided service with 90%+ user satisfaction.
Opportunity: Seeking INR 6.3 Crore for tech development and integration, hiring, customer acquisition, fleet expansion and other working capital requirements. Breakeven expected at 18-20 months from the start of expanded operations.
Contact: Arunesh Shrivastava | [email protected] | +91 80083 42299
5. Relux Charging Chains – Invites distributors and channel partners
Relux Electric plans to install 15 Fast Charging stations in Tamil Nadu by Jan 2020, 50 stations in South India by Apr 2020, 5 Swapping Stations for 2&3 Wheelers in Chennai by Jan 15, 2020. Recently launched first charging station at their corporate office in Chennai. Promises a monthly stipend and buyback options for partners.
Opportunity: Looking for Distributors for every district and Channel Partners for every state.
Contact: Karthik +91 74022 27402; [email protected]
6. ProCar – Looking for Investors
Provides office commute using Electric Cars, without surge pricing or cancellations. Completed a pilot project in Hyderabad for employees of TCS and Accenture that saved around Rs 6,000 per month for each office goer when compared to daily commute using Uber Pool.
Opportunity: Looking for Investment of INR 5 crores to engage more electric cars and drivers, marketing-spend and client acquisition under employer-sponsored transport model. Expects to break even in the next 18 months.
Contact: Arun Kumar +91 9100624625; [email protected]
7. SKGI – Offers investment in a Lithium mine
SKGI has tied up with a high-grade Lithium mine owner who is looking to provide equity in mine and supply lithium raw materials for battery manufacturing.
Opportunity: Investment in a high-grade Lithium mine and procurement of Lithium raw material.
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