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Indian start-up Nunam is bringing three electric rickshaws to the roads of India

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The German-Indian start-up Nunam is putting three electric rickshaws on India's streets.  

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The German–Indian start-up Nunam is bringing three electric rickshaws to the roads of India that are powered by used batteries  

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Indian non-profit startup Nunam has collaborated with German auto giant Audi to use old EV batteries sourced from e-tron to use in e-rickshaw 

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In addition to the rickshaws intended for road use in India, the trainees at the Neckarsulm site are developing an additional show rickshaw in cooperation with Nunam.

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It’s a groundbreaking project because it combines the megatrends of sustainability, electromobility, internationalization, and social responsibility.

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electrically powered rickshaws are not an uncommon sight on the roads of the subcontinent today, they often run on lead-acid batteries, which have a relatively short service life and are often not disposed of properly. 

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The aim of the project is to explore how modules made with high-voltage batteries can be reused after their car life cycle

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The aim of the project is to explore how modules made with high-voltage batteries can be reused after their car life cycle

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