Energy Efficiency Services Limited's Electric Vehicle procurement

Last Modified: Wed May 30 2018 13:11:06 GMT+0530 (India Standard Time)
  • 10,000
    electric sedan vehicles that EESL plans to procure through a tender it has floated recently at an estimated expenditure of Rs. 1,200 crore. These will replace existing govt. vehicles.
  • 4,000
    Electric vehicle chargers that will also be procured as part of the tender at an estimated cost of Rs. 8 crore.
  • Rs. 12 lakh
    Estimated cost per car.
  • Rs. 2 lakh
    Estimated cost per charger.
  • 50,000
    Number of 3-wheeler EV's that EESL plans to procure by the end of 2017.
  • 1 million
    Number of 3-wheeler EV's that India aims to put on the roads by end of 2018.
  • 2
    Phases in which EESL will procure the EVs. In Phase I it will procure 500 vehicles by Nov 2017. In Phase II it will procure the balance 9,500.
  • 29 Sep 2017
    Tata Motor's wins tender bid to supply 10,000 EVs - will supply in two phases. 6 auto majors participated in the tender: Hyundai, Mahindra & Mahindra, Maruti Suzuki, Nissan, Renault and Tata Motors.
  • Rs. 10.62 lakh
    Price per car, exclusive of GST.
  • 04 Oct 2017
    Mahindra & Mahindra matches Tata Motors bid price and thus becomes eligible to supply upto 40% of the 10,000 cars.It agrees to sell 150 (30%) of Phase I order of 500 cars.
  • 150
    eVerito electric sedan that Mahindra & Mahindra will supply in Phase I.
  • 250
    Number of electric version of Tigor model that Tata Motors will supply in Phase I.
  • 05 Oct 2017
    Fortum Oyj, a leading Finnish clean energy company, signed a MoU with NBCC (India), a navratna Government of India enterprise under the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs for developing charging infrastructure across India in all upcoming NBCC construction projects.
  • 14 Dec 2017
    Tata Motor supplies the first set of Tigor EVs.
  • 19 Feb 2018
    Andhra Pradesh govt signs MoU with EESL for procurement of 10,000 EVs. EESL will soon float another tender for procuring this additional lot.
  • 4,000
    Number of EVs that state of Gujarat is likely to place an order on EESL.
  • 2,000
    Number of EVs that state of Maharashtra is likely to place an order on EESL.
  • Mar 2018
    EESL issues 2nd tender for procurement of a further 10,000 EVs under Faster Adoption and Manufacturing of Electric Vehicles (FAME) scheme.
  • 50 million litres
    Reduction in fuel consumption each year once the 20,000 EVs replace existing cars used.
  • 560,000 tonnes
    Reduction in CO2 emission each year due to the switch over.
  • 07 Mar 2018
    First batch of EVs handed over to officials of NTPC Limited, MNRE, PFCL India, NDMC, SDMC and several ministries.
  • 07 Mar 2018
    Launch of National eMobility Programme which will provide an impetus to the Indian ecosystem, including vehicle manufacturers, OEM, charging infrastructure companies, fleet operators & service providers.
  • 29 May 2018
    EESL delays roll out of the first 10,000 vehicles from Jun 2018 to Mar 2019, “The need for building more charging points for 10,000 electric cars and states being slow in taking deliveries are the reasons for the delay,” Saurabh Kumar, MD, EESL.