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Electric Vehicles on the Roads in Nepal since 1975

Electric Vehicles were introduced in Kathmandu, Nepal in 1975 when the Chinese Government set up the trolley bus system along the 13-km route between Tripureswor and Surya-Binayak. After that, the Electric Vehicles movement took off in 1989, when a fuel crisis resulting from the India imposed trade embargo prompted a group of engineers to find an alternative arrangement for transportation.

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Mahindra to Launch Two New Electric Vehicles This Year

Mahindra & Mahindra, with its all-electric sub-brand Reva, is the sole homegrown automaker in the Indian market which is focusing on zero emission vehicles. After it introduced Reva, the company introduced the second generation of the Reva-i which is now christened as the e2o. Last month, Mahindra also added the e-Verito in its zero-emission lineup. Now, a senior executive from

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CALIFORNIA May Cap ZEV-Credit Sales

California emission rules require high-volume automakers to sell either battery-electric or hydrogen fuel-cell cars in proportion to their overall sales. Some manufacturers build “compliance cars” purely to satisfy this mandate, while others buy credits from automakers that sell more zero-emission vehicles than required by the rules. Since Tesla builds only electric cars, it has a large surplus of credits to

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