Electric Scooter

EIRI, have recetly prepared Detailed Techno Economic Feasibility Report of Electric Scooter.

An electric scooter is vehicle that is powered by electricity, and that it will require periodic plug-in charging in order to function. They usually come in a two wheel format, although three wheels models exist too. They have a step-through frame, where the rider can stand while driving the vehicle.

Some models might even offer a seat, but this is just an addition on the step-through platform or frame. This is the key difference between electric scooters and electric motorcycles, where the later do not have a step-through frame, and directly provide a seat integrated in their frames.

As previously said, the electric scooter requires electricity to function, which will be stored in some type of rechargeable battery that is attached to the frame. Some of the most common type of batteries for scooters are lithium ion batteries, and sealed lead acid batteries.

Following contents shall be made available in the project report for the new entrants, the said report may also be submitted to the bank also.

An electric scooter is vehicle that is powered by electricity, and that it will require periodic plug-in charging in order to function. They usually come in a two wheel format, although three wheels models exist too. They have a step-through frame, where the rider can stand while driving the vehicle.

Some models might even offer a seat, but this is just an addition on the step-through platform or frame. This is the key difference between electric scooters and electric motorcycles, where the later do not have a step-through frame, and directly provide a seat integrated in their frames.

As previously said, the electric scooter requires electricity to function, which will be stored in some type of rechargeable battery that is attached to the frame. Some of the most common type of batteries for scooters are lithium ion batteries, and sealed lead acid batteries.

There is a tremendous demand of Electric Scooter in India and throughout the World.
ELECTRIC SCOOTER

INTRODUCTION
TYPES OF ELECTRIC SCOOTERS
PARTS OF ELECTRIC SCOOTER
BRAKES
FRAMES AND FORKS
BELT AND CHAIN DRIVE’S
TYRES
BATTERIES
CLASSIFICATIONS OF SCOOTERS
BATTERY TYPES
RANGE AND CHARGE TIME
WHEEL TYPES AND SIZES
SUSPENSION
SPEED AND WEIGHT
ADVANTAGES OF AN ELECTRIC SCOOTER
HUGE VARIETY
DOESN’T HARM THE ENVIRONMENT
EASY TO RID
NO LICENSE REQUIRED
ENTERTAINING
DISADVANTAGES
USES AND APPLICATION
B.I.S. SPECIFICATION
MARKET POSITION
INDIA ELECTRIC SCOOTERS AND MOTORCYCLES MARKET OVERVIEW
DRIVERS
CHALLENGES
INDIA ELECTRIC SCOOTERS AND MOTORCYCLES
MARKET – COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE
INDIA ELECTRIC SCOOTERS AND MOTORCYCLES MARKET
TWO WHEELERS TO LEAD ELECTRIC VEHICLE MARKET IN INDIA
DRIVERS
CHALLENGES
ASIA-PACIFIC ELECTRIC SCOOTERS AND MOTORCYCLES
MARKET – COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE
ASIA-PACIFIC ELECTRIC SCOOTERS AND MOTORCYCLES MARKET SEGMENTATION
BY VEHICLE TYPE
BY BATTERY TYPE
BY TECHNOLOGY
BY VOLTAGE
BY GEOGRAPHY
IMPORT DATA OF ELECTRIC SCOOTER
TOTAL VALUE & VOLUME OF IMPORTS IN INDIA
TOP SUPPLIERS
TOP PORTS OF DISCHARGE
LARGEST MANUFACTURERS E-SCOOTERS IN INDIA
MANUFACTURERS/SUPPLIERS OF ELECTRIC SCOOTER
PROCESS FLOW CHART
MANUFACTURING PROCESS
(A) FOR FRAME
MATERIAL
FABRICATION
(B) FOR BODY PANEL
STAGES OF INJECTION MOULDING
THE INJECTION MOULDING-MOULD
IMPORTANT FEATURES OF THE DIE
QUALITY CONTROL
PLANT LAYOUT
SUPPLIERS OF PLANT AND EQUIPMENTS
INJECTION MOLDING MACHINE
MIG WELDING MACHINE
SUPPLIERS OF COOLING TOWER
SUPPLIERS OF EFFULENT TREATMENT PLANT
AIR POLLUTION CONTROL EQUIPMENTS
AIR CONDITIONING EQUIPMENTS
AIR COMPRESSORS
PLATEFARM WEIGHING MACHINE
MATERIAL HANDLING EQUIPMENTS
FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENTS
SHOT BLASTING MACHINE
SUPPLIERS OF JIGS AND FIXTURE
POWDER COATING MACHINE
SUPPLIERS OF RAW MATERIALS
ABS GRANULE
M.S. PIPE
MIG WELDING WIRE ELECTRODE
SUPPLIERS OF MOTOR
SUPPLIERS OF MOTOR CONTROLLER
SUPPLIERS OF LITHIUM- ION BATTERY
SUPPLIERS OF ELECTRIC SCOOTER TYRE
SUPPLIERS OF RIM SPOKES HUB
SUPPLIERS OF SPARES OF ELECTRIC SCOOTER
APPENDIX – A:

1. COST OF PLANT ECONOMICS
2. LAND & BUILDING
3. PLANT AND MACHINERY
4. FIXED CAPITAL INVESTMENT
5. RAW MATERIAL
6. SALARY AND WAGES
7. UTILITIES AND OVERHEADS
8. TOTAL WORKING CAPITAL
9. COST OF PRODUCTION
10. PROFITABILITY ANALYSIS
11. BREAK EVEN POINT
12. RESOURCES OF FINANCE
13. INTEREST CHART
14. DEPRECIATION CHART
15. CASH FLOW STATEMENT
16. PROJECTED BALANCE SHEET

To obtain a copy, may contact Sudhir Gupta @ eiri@eiriindia.org