Collaborate & Co-create

We collaborate with various stakeholders in the electric vehicle space to co-create solutions to eliminate the ‘Range Anxiety’ concerns faced by electric vehicle owners

Build an electric vehicle ecosystem

We endeavour to build an ecosystem around electric vehicles with a focus on charging infrastructure

Enable e-mobility for clean drive

We enable e-mobility by supporting customer choice towards travelling distances by clean and green energy

Welcome to eChargeBays

eChargeBays is a start-up in the Electric Vehicle [EV] field with focus on providing solutions to the ‘Range Anxiety’ concerns faced by EV customers

Working in the Charging Infrastructure space of EVs, eChargeBays is headquartered in New Delhi. The company’s mission is to enable e-mobility by supporting customer choice towards traveling distances by using clean and green energy. To achieve this eChargeBays is collaborating with various stakeholders in the EV space to co-create solutions to address the ‘Range Anxiety’ concerns faced by electric vehicle owners. Through this collaborative and co-creative approach, eChargeBays endeavors to build an ecosystem around electric vehicles with a focus on Charging Infrastructure

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Team

Rajesh Singh

Founder & CEO

Amit Raju

Co-Founder

Arun Yadav

Co-Founder

Anil Suneja

Head Operations

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Frequently Asked Questions

Compared to a modern electric drivetrain, the internal-combustion engine (ICE) is far more complex – it requires a crankshaft with counterweights to translate the linear motion of the pistons into rotational motion, Read More

ICE vehicles do have a couple of advantages over current EVs. They can be refuelled in a few minutes, whereas a typical battery pack takes at least half an hour to be recharged. Read More

On per kilometre running cost basis, an EV is cheaper than conventional petrol or diesel engine driven cars. The number of ‘units’ of electricity consumption by an EV for a full charge is mainly dependent on the battery capacity. For

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It depends on the car, but it’s not unusual to find electric vehicles that can travel between 400 km to 500 km on a single charge

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By default, electric cars last longer than fossil cars. They have less moving parts and as a whole, less strain on components. With fossil cars, problems tend to be more mechanical in nature.Read More

Electric vehicles are electricity driven but plug-in hybrid electric vehicles–known as PHEVs–combine a gasoline or diesel engine with an electric motor and a rechargeable battery. Unlike conventional hybrids, Read More

For all the energy required to propel a vehicle, not all of it makes it to the wheels. Some of it is lost to friction and heat. Vehicle inefficiency can be classified into two categories of losses Read More