The electric vehicle segment is a big opportunity for Indian manufactures and they should look at not only producing such models for domestic market but also exports, NITI Aayog Chief Executive Officer Amitabh Kant said on Wednesday.
Stressing on tough steps to reform power sector, Niti Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant Tuesday pitched for ban on use of fossil fuel based gensets saying that the government needs to do it before a court order six months down the line.
Secondly, the future lies in electric mobility. This is going to happen worldwide and if India is able to take the lead in these two things it will take lead globally. In every other sector, we have got in too late in the game but in these two sectors we are exactly where the world is. People may say whatever but we are exactly where the world is.
In a public speech on Monday, Niti Aayog Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Amitabh Kant shared a perspective on the future of India’s energy sector and prescribed a few radical reforms for the country to leapfrog to a 9-10 per cent growth rate. Edited excerpts..
India needs to completely re-frame its oil policy and the country’s oil companies must venture into storage technology because that is where the energy future lies, according to NITI Aayog Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Amitabh Kant.
Stressing on the Centre’s focus towards “urban mobility”, NITI Aayog chief executive officer (CEO) Amitabh Kant said on Thursday that India needs to cut down on oil imports and switch towards electric mobility.
Power generation will be driven by renewable energy by 2050. What is your view on the strategic transformation that is taking place both in the world of energy and mobility?
NITI Ayog Chief Executive Officer Amitabh Kant today said the government would throw up ‘grand’ challenges before innovators in India as well as the world to find solutions to the problems of the country.
NITI Aayog Launches ‘Healthy States Progressive India Report’; Kerala, Punjab, Tamil Nadu Best Performers
In an effort to better assess health outcomes across India, the NITI Aayog on Friday launched the Healthy States Progressive Report. Released by NITI Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant, Ministry of Health Secretary Preeti Sudan and India country director of World Bank Junaid Ahmad, the report is the first step to establish an annual systematic tool to measure and understand the complexity of nation’s performance in health.
Niti Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant was today given an extension till June 30 next year, according to an official order.
The government would support manufacturing and selling of electric vehicles (EVs) by giving incentives such as lower road taxes so that the automobile sector continues to play a major role in India’s GDP and job creation, Niti Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant said today.