WardWizard Innovations and Mobility, a leading manufacturer of electric two-wheeled vehicles under the Joy e-bike brand, has signed a memorandum of understanding with Sunkonnect, a consulting company on renewable energy management in Singapore. The association aims to promote the feasibility study and identify a potential partner for the production of advanced lithium-ion cells in India.

Under the memorandum of understanding, Sunkonnect will set up a committee of experienced scientists, engineers and analysts to evaluate and identify a professional partner, as well as to develop a roadmap to set up a 1 GWh cell cell plant at WardWizard’s electric vehicle auxiliary cluster. Waters.

Yatin Gupte, chairman and MD of Wardwizard Innovations & Mobility, said: “Their experience will help us identify the right partner and create a roadmap to create a production unit of lithium-ion advanced elements in our EV auxiliary cluster in 15-18 months. Because the safety and security of our customers is paramount to us, we integrate cutting-edge technology to improve quality and promote green mobility across the country. ”

Dr Avishek Kumar, founder of SunKonnect, said: “Under the Memorandum of Understanding, we will work with WardWizard to identify a partner that is equipped with the latest technology and high standards for the production of lithium-ion advanced cells. Our team will develop a possible plan and draw up standard standards for the production of quality batteries for Joy e-bike products. ”

Sunkonnect will also identify leading testing and certification agencies to create a center of excellence for indoor battery testing by WardWizard, which will develop a standard quality specification for batteries.


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