Electric vehicle battery makers likely to get more time to meet safety norms
The deadline for adopting the new and more stringent safety standards currently is October 1. Battery makers and manufacturers of electric vehicles have been lobbying with the government to provide them more time to comply with the new regulations, saying that they got only four weeks to implement those since the notification came only this month.
Secunderabad fire: Illegal Showroom, Flouting Safety Norms, Lack of Infrastructure & Fire equipment led to death of 8, Owners Absconding…..
Hyderabad: The Telangana State Disaster Response and Fire Services Department, informed that it received a distress call on Monday at 9.37 p.m of a fire at
‘Illegally-run’ showroom, flouting safety norms — what led to Secunderabad fire that killed 8
A fire in an illegal Gemopai Electric Scooter showroom killed 8 & wounded many in Secunderabad, Telangana. Matter is under investigation and PMO has issued relief funds to the deceased & wounded.
Additional safety requirements recommended in the existing Electric Vehicle Battery Safety Standards (AIS-156 & AIS-038) with effect from 1st October 2022
Posted On: 01 SEP 2022 7:25PM by PIB Delhi In the backdrop of number of cases of fire incidents observed in electric two wheelers in
BIS formulates performance standards for Electric Vehicle Batteries
BIS in the process of publishing two more standard related to batteries for various passenger and goods carrying vehicles. Bureau of Indian Standard, National Standard
Environment Ministry Issues Rules on Waste Electric Vehicle Batteries
Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, Government of India published the Battery Waste Management Rules, 2022 on 24th August, 2022 to ensure environmentally sound management