As Tata continues to ramp up its production of electric cars, the firm’s chairman N Chandrasekaran said on Wednesday that the tech-to-autos; Tata Group is in the process of formulating plans to start a battery business in India and other countries.
The company is now undergoing a shift toward sustainability across all of its operations. Moreover, one of them is an initiative to promote environmentally friendly transportation. It will be at Tata Motors and its British luxury arm Jaguar Land Rover. Chandrasekaran stated during an industry gathering.
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Automobile manufacturers worldwide are pursuing zero-emission plans and investing in batteries. In addition, it will be in their supply chain for raw materials to achieve challenging climate targets.
Tata Motors, India’s largest electric car manufacturer, plans to launch ten electric models by 2025. On the other hand, Jaguar Land Rover’s luxury Jaguar brand will be entirely electric by 2025, and the car manufacturer will launch e-models of its entire lineup by 2030. Tata Motors is India’s largest electric car manufacturer.
He said that the Tata group would shortly reveal its objective towards being carbon neutral, stating that the pressure on making the climate transition will only rise and that deadlines will only become accelerated moving ahead.
The “blueprint” for batteries is a component of a more comprehensive strategy to become “future-ready” by investing in renewable energy, hydrogen, storage solutions, and the circular economy.