Despite Hype, E-vehicles Face Uphill Drive In India

Despite Hype, E-vehicles Face Uphill Drive In India

India may be touted as the next big market for electric vehicles (EV) but they will find the going tough for the next decade in the world’s third-largest oil-guzzling economy due to dominance of affordable cars and absence of meaningful policy drive for new energy mobility.

India Sees Slower Shift To Electric Vehicles

India Sees Slower Shift To Electric Vehicles

India’s shift to electric vehicles (EV) has to be “gradual,” a government adviser said, signaling that the country may have further watered down its ambitions of having green vehicles comprise about a third of its fleet by 2030.

India sees slower shift to electric vehicles

India sees slower shift to electric vehicles

India’s shift to electric vehicles (EV) has to be “gradual,” a government adviser said, signaling that the country may have further watered down its ambitions of having green vehicles comprise about a third of its fleet by 2030.

Fortum launches charging stations for electric vehicles in Hyderabad

Fortum launches charging stations for electric vehicles in Hyderabad

Finnish state-owned company Fortum set up two electric vehicle charging stations at Indian Oil outlets for the general public here. Finland Ambassador to India, Nina Vasukunlahti, launched the facility by virtually charging an electric vehicle in real time located at Goldstrike Fuel and Services located at Raj Bhavan Road here.

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