Shell charges EVs with new E-Fluids

As a leading energy supplier, Shell is committed to offering range of solutions providing EV drivers with a choice, with E-Fluids being the latest addition to the mix

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Shell has launched a new range of fluids specifically designed to work in  electric vehicles (EVs). These E-Transmission Fluids, E-Thermal Fluids and E-Greases will make battery EVs perform better and efficient.

Mansi Tripathy, Country Head, Shell Lubricants India said, “We are proud to innovate new E-Fluid Technologies and collaborate with industry partners towards enabling emission free E-mobility providing accessible fluid solutions for electric vehicles.”

Huibert Vigeveno, Executive Vice President of Global Commercial at Shell, said,“Electric mobility is one of the solutions that will help meet growing demand for transport in a lower-carbon world.  From power generation, to charging and now with our new range of specialised E-Fluids, Shell is serving the needs of an increasing number of EV drivers,” said

Electric vehicles are expected to play an increasingly important role in transporting people and products.  With the growth of EVs at currently 40-50% per annum], and with the International Energy Agency anticipating that, by 2040, there may be 280 million EVs on the road, Shell E-Fluids cater for a growing need among consumers and automotive manufactures to improve and protect their vehicles.

One of Shell’s partners is Mahindra & Mahindra.   Hemant Sikka, President – CPO, Powerol & Spares Business of Mahindra said: “Through the partnership with Shell, this brings together two leaders with strong technology capabilities and shared passion for providing a great driving experience for our customers and a sustainable future of generations to come. The launch of Shell E-Fluids and E-Greases is a necessary step towards strengthening the electric mobility segment by enhancing the performance and life-span of electric vehicles. We are convinced that such initiatives will help drive forward the future of mobility”.

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