Future of Logistics

The Future of Logistics: CleanPort

CleanPort an initiative by EV-Urjaa for solving all your intra-city logistics Services for Customer-Centric Business People. Our Vision is To Provide Affordable Logistics Services.

The Best Part of CleanPort is We Offer You Environment Friendly Delivery . We Are Cost-Effective As Compare To Your Traditional Logistics Services. Our Simple Motive to Start CleanPort is To Promote Electric Vehicle Use So That in Future All the channels where Working is done and Depends on petrol and diesel we hereby promote environmentally friendly way So adopt the new Normal and be the part of this Revolution and be a savior of Environment.

Now Your Logistics Problem Is Solved in these Easy 3 Steps.

Gone are the days when first we have to search vehicles for our deliveries but now we have the solution for this problem just Download  CleanPort application From Google Play store https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=evurjaa.cleanport

In  these three easy steps hire your vehicle for delivery.

  • One time sign-up via Google and contact number
  • Option for hire a driver and subscription basis
  • Enter pick-up point time and click on book button.

For phase 1 we provide end to end support on 3 features

  • Book a single ride
  • Hire a driver for a day
  • Subscription model for monthly and weekly basis

Till now we are performing 100 Deliveries per day in Indore Region. We also are in cope up with leading brand Big Basket and to add.

Logistics is just one easy to do.

The pain point we see in hiring vehicles is the time segment we are hiring that vehicle too. Here we solved your problem of that too. We here at CleanPort offer you hiring for an hourly basis to days basis, Means it is totally up to you for how long to hire that vehicle you can also subscribe on a monthly basis too.

The captains undergo training to ensure timely and safe delivery methods including mandatory safety guidelines such as the use of masks, gloves, and sanitizers.

CleanPort will allow businesses and entrepreneurs to maintain continuity and also increase sales by reaching out to new customers by leveraging CleanPort’s extensive network. The service will allow these businesses to overcome manpower and mobility challenges by helping them deliver their orders and save time.

Get In Touch With Us

E-mail-id: sanyog.tiwari@evurjaa.com

EvUrjaa at UDAAN-18, IIM-Indore

EvUrjaa was officially invited as corporate participant in the event UDAAN-18, marathon conducted by IIM-Indore. The motive of the event was a run for environment spreading awareness about the conservation of environment.

EvUrjaa is happy to be a part of such an event and wishes all the success to the participants of UDAAN.

EvUrjaa hopes for more such great initiatives by the citizens regarding green environment and conservation of it.

#EvUrjaa #TheGreenDream

Niti Aayog Wants States To Have More Electric Buses

State Transport Offices Will Have A Certain Percentage Of Public Electric Vehicles: Niti Aayog
Government think-tank Niti Aayog is exploring ways to make legislatures reduce the carbon footprints of their respective states. It plans to provide instructions to states with a target to reduce the carbon emission through electric vehicles that can be used by masses such as Electric Buses.

Niti Aayog’s official spokesperson said that the move will ensure that new orders for public utility vehicles by state transport offices will have a certain percentage of electric vehicles as well.

The report cited the spokesperson, as stating, “…for the country to successfully change to electric vehicles a behavioural change from the consumer, not EV policy, is what is necessary.”Niti Aayog believes that the move will auger well to continue the momentum of implementing electric vehicles across the country. Faster Adoption of Manufacturing of (Hybrid &) Electric Vehicles (FAME) scheme has a corpus of $116 Mn (INR 800 Cr) allocated for a period of two years that ends in 2019.

States such as Karnataka, Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, and Goa have already started showing commitment to replacing diesel- and petrol-fuelled vehicles with electric vehicles. Meanwhile, Telangana has become the fourth state to have its own electric vehicles policy.

As part of the FAME scheme, state transport corporations –including Mumbai, Hyderabad, Manali, Kolkata and Bengaluru, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Manali, Kolkata and Bangalore –have already introduced electric vehicles into their fleet.

At present, there are about 1.5 Lakh electric vehicles on Indian roads, with the segment projected to grow to 5% of all vehicles on the road by 2023, compared to 2017-18 where EVs accounted for less than 1% of all cars sold.

If India successfully shifts to shared, electric and connected mobility, it could potentially help India save up to $300 Bn (INR 20 Lakh Cr) in oil imports and nearly 1 gigatonne of carbon dioxide emissions by 2030.

India plans to roll-out 30% (earlier 100%) EVs in its effort to reduce carbon footprint by 33% to 35% from its 2005 levels by 2030. The move is in line with its commitments to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change adopted by 195 countries in Paris in 2015.

However, there are many other factors contributing to the increase in the carbon emission in the country. For instance, stubble burning practiced mainly in the states like Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and Punjab

The recently published study, ‘The Journal of Geophysical Research- Atmospheres’ conducted before, during and after the crop residue burning (CRB) season, has revealed that the pollution caused by stubble burning has begun to show far-reaching impact, spreading black carbon via prevailing wind to Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Telangana, Chhattisgarh, Odisha and West Bengal.

Crop residue burning spews black carbon and greenhouse gases into the atmosphere, which results in higher temperatures in the areas and will have adverse health effects. The report highlights that there was 40-60% jump in black carbon concentration over parts of central and southern India.

Government’s own study has highlighted 17.5% increase in deaths and severe illnesses such as non-communicable diseases, chronic respiratory diseases and lower respiratory infections — caused by air pollution in 2017.

India is among the most vulnerable countries to climate change and is the world’s largest emitter of greenhouse gases after the US and China. In such a scenario, it certainly becomes imperative for a country with 1.3 Bn population to fast pace the EV adoption in the country.

Courtesy By :inc42

Jharkhand govt introduces electric cars for official use

In the first phase, the energy department got 20 cars procured by the Energy Efficiency Services Limited (EESL), a joint venture of the PSUs under the Ministry of Power

The state government introduced electric vehicles for official use when its energy department got 20 such cars, Within the next two weeks, 30 more cars would be provided to the department.

The Government also suggested that other departments and the common people start using such cars to make the state clean and green. As of 12 charging stations are already built in Ranchi and more are coming soon. The required infrastructure is getting ready slowly but steadily. We much also now switch towards green mode of transportation.
#EvUrjaa #TheGreenDream

AIC-Prestige inSPIRE Foundation

The strategy is to first know what you don’t know, the tactic is to grind, and the value is to remember: there are plenty of places to innovate and to provide such an environment for startups like us, is what AIC-Prestige is all about.
We are very thankful to AIC-Prestige inSPIRE Foundation and Dr Punit Kumar Dwivedi for incubating EvUrjaa. On Behalf of AIC-Prestige,@prestigeaic, EvUrjaa invites all the startups and Entrepreneurs all over Madhya-Pradesh to be a part of this revolution.
The Doors to Success are now open with AIC-Prestige..!!
@drpunitofficial @DrAshishNayan @NITIAayog @amitabhk87 @AIMtoInnovate @anandibenpatel @gssjodhpur @vdsharmabjp @gaurmalini @sunilambekarm @dr_satyapal @officeofsps
Note the Date : Inauguration Ceremony : Date : 17/09/2018 Venue : Brilliant Convention Center, Indore Time : 10:00 AM.

Happy Ganesh Chaturthi 2018

May your happiness be as large as Ganesh’s appetite.
May your life be as long as his trunk.
May your troubles become as small as his mouse,
and may all your moments be sweet as his laddus!
Sending you wishes on Ganesh Chaturthi!
Wishing the whole nation Happy Ganesh Chaturthi..!!!
Ganpati Bappa Moreya..!!!

Govt may rework FAME-II policy

PMO has suggested that the proposed subsidy should be given for batteries to make them more affordable.

NEW DELHI: Government may rework the policy on Faster Adoption and Manufacturing of Hybrid and Electric vehicles (FAME-II) as PM Narendra Modi has indicated that the focus should be on reducing the cost of batteries and not on vehicles.

According to sources, PMO has suggested that the proposed subsidy should be given for batteries to make them more affordable. At present, the subsidy is meant for buying the electric vehicles.The move will come as a jolt for the auto industry that has been lobbying hard for concessions and upfront subsidies, arguing that the business is not sustainable otherwise.

Car makers were expecting the sops at the two-day Move Summit that begins on Friday but the package is unlikely to come through at present. Batteries account for 50% of the cost of electric vehicles, sources said.The Prime Minister will listen to views and then take a final decision on FAME-II,” Niti Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant said on Thursday.

Kant also indicated that the government will be more comfortable to offer incentives for two-wheelers, apart from three-wheelers and public transport. “We are not America. Two-wheelers account for 76% of vehicles in the country. Two-wheelers consume 64% of the fuel sold in the country.

Power secretary A K Bhalla said the government was also starting the process to set up charging stations along the highways, without which the electric vehicle policy will be a non-starter. Road transport secretary Y S Malik said wayside amenities coming up along national highways will have the provision of charging infrastructure.

An inter-ministerial panel had recently approved the second phase of FAME with proposed allocation of about Rs 5,500 crore for the next five years.

Courtesy : The Economic Times

MOVE Summit 2018

India proposes a goal of 15% electric vehicles in five years :

India aims to have at least 15 percent of the vehicles on its roads to be electric in five years, an official said, signaling the government’s wish to join a long list of countries around the world that are already seeking to cut fossil fuels aggressively.

“If at least 15 percent comes in the next five years, it will be useful for the country,” Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari said Thursday at a conference organized by the Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers in New Delhi. “This i ..

India has been a laggard in the global race toward electrification of automobiles, with no clear guiding policy unlike China, which has offered hefty subsidies and incentives to promote battery-powered cars in its efforts to reduce dependence on oil imports. Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s administration had earlier expressed ambitions of achieving a target of 30 percent EVs by 2030.

While cumulative global sales of passenger electric vehicles likely surpassed 4 million last week, with China accounting for more than a third since 2011, India sold an estimated 2,000 EVs last year. EVs may account for about 7 percent of sales in India by 2030, according to Bloomberg NEF.

In contrast, China is targeting sales of 7 million new-energy vehicles by 2025, which may account for 15 percent of the vehicle market by then, according to China Association of Automobile Manufacturers. The Asian giant has offered as much as $7,000 in incentives for an EV with a range of 400 kilometers (249 miles) and above, making the automobile more affordable to customers.

A slew of carmakers including the local units of Hyundai Motor Co. and Suzuki Motor Corp. have announced plans to introduce electric vehicles to the South Asian country as early as next year. Suzuki, which is the market leader, has said it needs to make 1.5 million EVs in the country by 2030 to retain its share of 50 percent. Ford Motor Co. has signed a pact with local partner Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. to jointly develop EVs.
Courtesy : The Economic Times

Worrying consistent hike in Petrol/Diesel prices in India

Fuel prices are keep on increasing in our country at a very consistent rate. The rapid growth in the fuel prices are a normal sight in India these days. Today’s #BharatBand is an example of these hikes.
The working process in many states is being shut today which is affecting the overall growth and making an unexpected loss to the nation. Already the petrol/diesel vehicles are emitting harmful products as a resulting of burning fuel in ICE vehicles such as CO2 and other green-house gases and thus killing our environment slowly but consistently.
This dual impact of using traditional fuel types has taken us to a situation where we must take action. Using green mode of transportation is the available solution for both the problems mentioned above.
We at EvUrjaa, urge all the citizens of our country,to come forward and “take ownership”, make use of electric vehicles and help our nation, build a sustainable and strong economic as well as healthy environmental eco-sytem to live in.
#GoGreen #ElectricVehicles
#EvUrjaa #TheGreenDream

ISRO’s lithium ion cell technology

Over 130 companies have shown interest in the Indian space agency’s lithium ion cell technology and the pre-application conference will be held on Tuesday, said a senior official.

“The response to our announcement to transfer the lithium ion cell technology is overwhelming. More than 130 companies have purchased the RFQ document. The pre-application conference will be held on Tuesday,” S. Somanath, Director, Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre (VSSC), told IANS.

The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) in June announced its decision to transfer its own lithium ion cell technology to the Indian industry on a non-exclusive basis for usage in automobiles for Rs 1 crore. The space agency had said the initiative will accelerate the development of the indigenous electric vehicle industry.

The VSSC, located in Kerala, will transfer the lithium ion cell technology to the successful Indian industries/start-ups on a non-exclusive basis to establish production facilities in the country that can produce cells of varying size, capacity, energy density and power density catering to the entire spectrum of power storage requirements, ISRO had said.

According to Somanath, the transfer of technology will start from transfer to documentation.”Successful companies can come to VSSC and familiarise themselves about the battery technology. We do not have the manpower to depute to the technology buyer’s place,” Somanath said.

According to him, the lithium ion cell battery technology buyers can innovate further so address the market needs.”Batch manufacturing of lithium ion cells is sufficient for ISRO’s needs. Whereas in the case of mass production it is only the industry that can do it,” he added.

Somanath said the ISRO makes lithium ion cell batteries of various sizes and power (1.5 ampere to 100 ampere) to power its rockets and satellites.

“ISRO will not get any royalty from the buyers of its lithium ion cell technology. Our idea is to enable the industry to develop,” Somanath said.

He said ISRO for its use will source lithium ion batteries from Bharat Heavy ElectricalsNSE -2.52 % Ltd (BHEL) as the technology has been transferred to the power equipment major.

Last month, ISRO issued the RFQ containing a brief description of the qualification process and technology transfer process, instructions to applicants, eligibility criteria, timelines and other details.

All queries or request for additional information concerning the RFQ will be addressed at the pre-application conference, the space agency had said.

ISRO also said that the “competent firm’s security deposit will be adjusted against the technology transfer fee of Rs 1 crore. The security deposit (Rs 400,000) of unsuccessful applicants or withdrawn applications will be returned, without any interest”.

The one-time technology transfer fee has to be paid within 30 days of the qualification date.

“Technology shall be transferred to all/any of the competent firms who qualify the eligibility criteria as specified in the RFQ. The required process documents shall be provided by ISRO at the time of signing of technology transfer agreement and payment of technology transfer fee,” ISRO had said.

Presently, the lithium-ion battery is the most dominant battery system finding applications for a variety of societal needs including mobile phones, laptops, cameras and many other portable con ..

Recent advances in the battery technology have made it the preferred power source for electric and hybrid electric vehicles also.

Courtesy : The Economic Times