Electric vehicle (EV) charging network provider TelioEV has announced appointment of Mukesh Bansal as Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of the company.
Bansal brings around two decades of leadership experience in IoT & Robotics product solutions and customer engagement. Prior to TelioEV, Bansal held leadership positions at Signify Innovations India Limited (formerly Philips Lighting solutions) and Hi-tech Robotics Systemz. At TelioEV, he will oversee all product business development, identifying tech solutions and developing the partner ecosystem for TelioEV products.
Based in Noida, Mukesh will lead building firmware capability and building an end-to-end offering in IoT and EV domain.
TelioEV is a start-up with a focus on utilising ‘Technology for Sustainability’. TelioEV app helps the user to know the whereabouts of all the nearest EV charging stations.
Indian government is taking steps to promote use of electric vehicles in the country. According to Ministry of Heavy Industries, India has a total of 13, 34, 385 Electric Vehicles in use. To promote use of e-vehicles and reduce battery-operated vehicles will be given green license plates and be exempted from permit requirements.
Ministry of Road Transport & Highways (MoRTH) announced that battery-operated vehicles will be given green license plates and be exempted from permit requirements. The move is aimed to reduce dependency on fossil fuel and to address issues of vehicular emissions.