Maruti Suzuki India Ltd plans to go full throttle to develop various kinds of alternate technologies, including CNG-powered cars and hybrid vehicles, and not just electric vehicles, a top company official said.
Indo-Japan Partnership Brought Maruti-Suzuki, Metro Rail And Now Bullet Train To India: Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar
Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar left no stones unturned to praise the collaboration between the two Asian powerhouses, India and Japan.
The question around ‘electric’ is no more if but when. As cry for a more modern technology and a lifestyle that’s sustainable gets louder, governments are left with little choice but to implement ideas that meet those demands from the people.
Road transport minister Nitin Gadkari said the government has asked automakers to develop vehicles that run on alternative fuels and fuel companies to develop bio-fuels
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Close to half of the motor vehicles on Indian roads will run on electricity by 2030, if the meets the goals set under under action plan to curb use of fossil fuels.
The transport ministry is not in favour of Niti Aayog’s suggestion that taxi aggregators should be allowed to rope in private cars to increase the availability of vehicles for passengers.
That’s exactly what the Power Minister said, revealing India’s long term goal. According to the minister, India is looking at having an all-electric car fleet by the year 2030.