The Policy Support and Enables to Accelerate India’s Electric mobility conference held by NITI Aayog on Wednesday in Goa provided a clear roadmap for the development of the country’s electric mobility sector. The conference, which was held in conjunction with the fourth energy transition working group (ETWG) meeting during India’s G20 presidency, brought together national and international stakeholders to highlight India’s advancements in electric mobility and to discuss workable growth prospects.
The national electric bus program a daring and forward-thinking program that seeks to revolutionize public transportation in India and other topics were the focus of the event’s concluding, insightful talks. In addition it has seen high-level discussion and G20 discussion about innovations in electric vehicle financing and the future of electricity mobility according to an NITI Ayaog new release.
India is taking rapid strides towards achieving its 30 per cent EV market share target by 2030. The growth of EVs will impact the country’s economy positively and bring significant social and environmental benefits, accentuating India’s economic growth along low-carbon pathways and thereby facilitating our net zero vision of 2070, added the release.