At least half-a-dozen public sector firms, the railways and various ministries are in the process of creating infrastructure and manufacturing components for electric vehicles (EVs).
Electric Vehicles (EVs) sold in India through 2030 can save 474 million tonne of oil equivalent, worth Rs 15.2 lakh crore over their lifetime, according to a recent report by NITI Aayog and Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI).
The less number of environment friendly electric vehicles (EVs) in the city is largely attributed to the shortage of public charging stations. While the transport department scrapped its proposal to set up 100 charging stations and Bescom failed to scale up the number,
A Rs 10,000 crore scheme to subsidise sale of electric and hybrid vehicles as part of efforts to curb pollution is welcome, but the government is missing out on low-hanging fruits like Auto LPG, that can have an immediate impact on urban air quality, Indian Auto LPG Coalition (IAC) said.
Fortum, one of the world’s leading clean energy companies, is eyeing a signal role in powering a wide fleet of electric vehicles (EVs) on Indian roads. With a dominant presence in Nordic countries and the Baltic region
Supply-side constraints may prove to be an obstacle in battery-driven electric vehicles becoming the only technology for future mobility in India and hydrogen-powered fuel cell EVs could become a complementing technology in future, according to a study by KPMG.
The government on Friday approved amendments to Model Building Bye-laws (MBBL), 2016 and Urban Regional Development Plans Formulation and Implementation (URDPFI) Guidelines, 2014, to set up charging stations for electric vehicles across the country, an official said.
“India will lead the energy revolution in the world with the electric vehicles” said Finance Minister Piyush Goyal while presenting the Budget 2019 in Lok Sabha today in presence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Minister for Road, Transport and Highways Nitin Gadkari.
The Union Minister for Heavy Industries and Public Sector Enterprises, Anant Geete said that the final government approval for the Rs 5500-crore second-leg of the Faster Adoption and Manufacturing of Hybrid and Electric Vehicles
Niti Aayog Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Amitabh Kant today said the think tank has proposed abolishing road tax for electric vehicles in order to streamline India’s transition towards electric mobility.