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Grinntech Introduces High-Tech Batteries for Indian EV

Grinntech has recently introduced its advance high-tech batteries with unique designs customised to Indian conditions along with its proprietary, IoT-enabled BMS to power 2-wheelers, 3-wheelers and tractors/light vehicles.

This announcement marks the transformation of Grinntech from an IIT-Madras incubated start-up to a funded commercial enterprise, enabling rapid adoption of EV technologies.

“It was always our dream to create a technologically advanced Lithiumion battery product-line that was built-to-cost for Indian conditions along with its production system. We are hopeful that we will catch the fast-growing wave for EV products by Indian customers,” said Nikhilesh Mishra, co-founder, Grinntech.

Having evolved energy storage solutions through years of dedicated R&D, Grinntech’s new facility will manufacture Robin-72 and Shikhra smart and personalized 2- and 3-wheeler battery solutions using state-of-the-art automated processes and assembly lines. The facility will also manufacture Pintail an IOT-enabled 2-wheeler starter battery and the Falcon, a larger battery suited to tractors and light vehicles. The modular production layout will allow for easy scaling up as demand grows.

Puneet Jain, co-fouder, Grinntech said, “With an innovative product range and planned new manufacturing facility, we believe we can boost the much-needed value addition and employment opportunities in India’s nascent EV industry.”

Even as EVs dominate headlines from the global auto industry, India’s accelerated adoption of EVs is boosted by a range of government incentives and a corresponding flurry of new EV models announced by Indian manufacturers. It is recognised that battery technology (for range and performance) and battery cost will determine the speed of EV adoption by customers. The state-of-the-art Lithium-ion batteries are themselves characterised by a wide range of chemistries, cell formats and battery pack design features, and require to be carefully managed during charging and while in use.


Nitisha Dubey

I am a Journalist with a post graduate degree in Journalism & Mass Communication. I love reading non-fiction books, exploring different destinations and varieties of cuisines. Biographies and historical movies are few favourites.

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