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Apr 05, 2019

On April 5, Tata Motors issued a statement about news of "Government may blacklist Tata Motors for delaying delivery of e-buses”. Tata Motors stated that EV bus engineering is a complex process and in its pioneer project in India, needs critical care at every stage to achieve desired quality levels and product attributes. Many of the critical components of EV Vehicles are imported and have supply schedules ranging from 4 to 6 months. There has been some delays due to unforeseen issues in the supply of batteries that are imported from other markets.
Timeline of deliveries have been communicated at various levels and deliveries have been planned accordingly. So there is no question of being blacklisted by the Government. The company has also provided support for installing the EV chargers as per the readiness of the infrastructure at each location
Out of the total order, 50% has been delivered by March '19, another 25% will be delivered in Apr '19 and the balance buses will be completed by July 2019. Tata Motors has successfully delivered the first batch of electric buses to the various STUs as per the FAME I tender wins. The company has already supplied buses to Kolkata, Indore and Lucknow. A total of 22 buses have been delivered and an additional 72 buses are in transit.

Tata Motors stock exchange filing

Mar 19, 2019

On March 15, Jaguar Land Rover informed that it has installed 166 smart charging outlets for electric vehicles at its Gaydon engineering centre.
The outlets are for use by employees to encourage uptake of electric vehicles because research shows 40 per cent of electric car charging in Europe takes place at work.
Charging points will also be installed in the visitors’ car park, so guests can take advantage of convenient fast charging.
This smart charging network is believed to be the largest single installation of its kind in the UK.
The 7 kW AC smart charging stations, supplied by NewMotion (a Shell company), can add 22 miles of range to an all electric Jaguar I-PACE every hour and 176 miles in total during an eight-hour day. 
The stations are cloud-connected and integrated with the NewMotion public charging network, so employees can charge at stations across Europe using a single card.
Users can also monitor and track charging throughout the day with a smartphone app.

JLR Press Release

Mar 11, 2019

On March 11, Tata Motors announced that they are working towards delivering over 2,500 units orders from institutional customers.
The recent one being, an order of 1,045 buses from Gujarat State Roadways Transport Corporation (GSRTC) and 1,000 Winger ambulances from National Health Mission (NRHM), Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat, Himachal and Haryana.
Tata also bagged 400 CNG BRTS buses from Pune Mahagagar Parivahan Mahamandal Ltd. (PMPML).

Tata Motors press release