Attero, India’s largest electronic asset management company and clean-tech provider, conducts its battery end-of-use management in India
MG Motor India has announced that it has partnered with Attero for reusing and recycling the Li-ion batteries of EVs in India after their end-of-life. A press release from MG Motor said that this is “ In line with the vision of creating an end-to-end electric vehicle ecosystem in India.”
Attero, India’s largest electronic asset management company and clean-tech provider, conducts its battery end-of-use management in India.
Rajeev Chaba, President and Managing Director, MG Motor India, said, “We have been continuously working on expanding the ecosystem in the EV space, as one of the first entrants in the segment. The partnership with Attero gives our customers more confidence with respect to the battery’s end-of-life usage. The move will assist in responsible recycling and will further minimize the carbon footprint of ZS EV users while supporting the local economy.”
Nitin Gupta, Attero’s Chief Executive Officer, said, “We believe in sustainable approaches as we are committed to the ‘Clean India, Green India’ vision. More people are purchasing EVs due to environmental concerns and are readily driving the adoption. At Attero, we are today enabling India to innovate more and disrupt the global paradigm while generating minimal e-waste, wherein we hold more than 30 global patents for our recycling technologies. We are delighted to join hands with MG and feel that Attero is the best match to the high-performance batteries provided in its vehicles.”
The MG ZS EV can zoom from 0 kmph to 100 kmph in less than 8.5 seconds. ZS EV customers can further charge their vehicles up to 80 per cent in 50 minutes at the carmaker’s fast-charging network. The pure electric internet SUV starts at Rs 20.99 lakhs (Ex-showroom, New Delhi) and comes with a certified range of 419 KM.