EVs, hydrogen mobility, application-based trucks: why Daimler is set to go on an overdrive in India

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Daimler India Commercial Vehicles’ manufacturing plant in Chennai.

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A decade since starting its India operations, Daimler remains a small player in the country. The company is redrawing its strategy and a major highlight of it is the shift in focus from tonnage to application-based products. Armed with expertise in electric and hydrogen fuel-cell technologies, the German automaker is looking to speed up growth in India.

India’s march towards a low-carbon future got a booster shot earlier this week when finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman in her Union Budget speech proposed to set up a comprehensive National Hydrogen Energy Mission. Though the fine print is yet to be ascertained, for the Indian arm of German truck and bus manufacturer Daimler Truck AG, the government’s plan to generate hydrogen from green power sources means it’s time to floor the pedal in the

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