Electro-mobility as a medium of transport in the future in India is gathering pace. At a Ford Motor Co-organised ‘City of Tomorrow’ symposium, held in New Delhi yesterday, while speaking in a panel discussion on ‘Smarter Cities of the Future, Amitabh Kant, CEO, NITI Aayog, voiced his opinion on EVs being a smart mobility solution for the India of the future, which will dramatically shift its power production to solar energy.
Kant said, “India will generate 175 GW of solar power, the challenge is linking the mobility revolution with carbon-free power.”
The automobile sector the world over, and more recently in India, is undergoing a highly dynamic phase where government heads and captains of industry are debating and brainstorming about developing mobility solutions for the future. While conventional internal combustion engines are forecast to see a sharp decline in the coming decade, the question arises as to what is going to be the mainstream replacement technology. Read More…
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