Charging Ahead? India’s Electric Car Revolution Faces Bumps

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NEW DELHI (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Paritosh Mitra, who drives a motorized rickshaw in Delhi, knows what he wants next and has saved 100,000 rupees ($1,390) to get it: an electric rickshaw. 

But he won’t buy one until it comes with all the basic features that he needs as a commercial driver. That includes a top speed of at least 40 km (25 miles) per hour and convenient recharging.

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