Electric Vehicles

Delhi EV policy 2020

Demand boosters for E-Mobility: Delhi EV policy 2020 From CNG-driven public transport fleet to e-mobility, the National Capital Territory (NCT) of Delhi has been an avid promoter of clean mobility solutions for a very long time. In its 2018-19 budget, for the purpose of mitigating vehicular emissions in order to address the larger pertinent challenge of air pollution in the region, the GNCTD (Government of NCT of Delhi) had introduced the “Green Budget”. Among the mobility policies present in the…

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Zipping halfway through 2020: High-Speed Electric 2-Wheelers

Zipping halfway through 2020: High-Speed Electric 2-Wheelers Electric two-wheelers (E2Ws) have been gaining tremendous traction in the past 2-3 years. With falling battery prices and government-supported initiatives and schemes such as FAME, many OEMs have gained confidence to upgrade and develop more advanced and sophisticated E2W models, especially in the high-speed segment. The top 5 leading players in this niche segment cumulatively sold 9,100 units of E2Ws during H1 2020. Although the sales was drastically affected due to covid-induced lockdown…

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Electric 3-Wheelers: Spearheading the EV transition

Electric 3-Wheelers: Spearheading the EV transition Electric three-wheeler (E3W) has been the persistent front-runner for EV revolution in India. Among all the electric vehicles sold, E3Ws constitute the major chunk of the EV sales. Albeit, the registered E3Ws in India own a tiny share in the entire E3W stock which is dominated by unorganized players. Registered sales of EVs in H1 2020 (Jan-June) is 54,577 units. Out of this, a whopping 78% i.e 42,513 units are comprised by E3Ws alone.…

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Electric Buses Modus Operandi in India

Electric Buses Modus Operandi in India For electric buses, the Department of Heavy Industries (DHI), under FAME scheme, has approved two e-bus procurement methods/ operation models: Outright purchase model:  In outright purchase model, the DHI provides a 60% subsidy for procurement and the rest is borne by the State Road Transport Corporations (SRTCs). The SRTCs own the e-bus fleet and is responsible for its O&M activities. Gross Cost Contract (GCC) model (a type of PPP model): In case of Gross…

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