Electric motorcycle battery tender for India is expected to begin on January 15

The Indian government is in talks with electric motorcycle battery supplier AGM to design an electric motorcycle with a battery pack that can store up to 1,500 rechargeable lithium-ion batteries, Reuters reported on Thursday.

According to Reuters, the tender process is expected for the tender for the lithium-sulfur battery to be launched on January 1, with the battery being installed at a cost of Rs 1.6 crore ($2,300).

The tender for electric motorcycle batteries has already been awarded to three manufacturers.

The tender process for electric motorcycles in India was launched in September 2017 with the introduction of the country’s first electric motorcycle.

The first phase of the tender, in which the battery can be used to power motorcycles, has already begun.