No infrastructure. Low demand. Apathetic government. In the middle of this wilderness, a handful of companies are investing in building electric-vehicle charging stations in India. We bring you a ground report.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday reviewed the progress of key infrastructure sectors of power, renewable energy, petroleum and natural gas, coal, and mining.
Infrastructure under girds economic growth. But how much does India need to spend on infrastructure? A lot.
De-risking infrastructure projects is critical to increase the flow of capital into infrastructure in India and lower the cost of capital. De-risking of projects can be accomplished using both external and internal mechanisms.
India’s annual infrastructure output grew 6.7% in June from a year ago, government data showed on Tuesday, its fastest pace in seven months.
S&P Global Ratings today said India’s infrastructure deficit is “too large” and the country still has a long way to go before it can close the sizable deficit between supply and demand.
Essel Infraprojects on Sunday said it is planning to invest Rs 1,750 crore in phased manner to set up electric vehicle charging and battery swapping infrastructure.
Thousands of people die on India’s notorious roads every year, and the number is rising. A multibillion-dollar plan to extend and improve the highway network promises to save lives. Unfortunately, companies behind the wheel may be guilty of some reckless financial driving.
The government is looking to sell successfully running public sector infrastructure projects such as power and steel plants to private companies in a bid to boost green-field investment and create fresh capacity.
India has embarked upon a mammoth project to match the ongoing infrastructure projects of China in the Asian region by entering into an agreement with Nepal for preliminary engineering cum traffic survey to build a rail link to connect Raxual district in Bihar to the Nepalese capital, Kathmandu.