Delhi govt to release plan to set up 200 EV public charging stations
The Delhi government will roll out a coordinated strategy to setup 200 public charging and battery swapping stations at prominent locations in the cityRead More
Arvind Kejriwal launches Electric Vehicle Policy; aims to boost Delhi’s economy, reduce air pollution
The Delhi government has launched its ambitious Electric Vehicle (EV) Policy, which aims to boost Delhi’s economy, reduce pollution levels and generate employment. Delhi CM, Arvind Kejriwal said that it stands as the most progressive in the entire country and the objective is that by 2024, 25% of all new vehicle registrations should be for […]Read More
Coronavirus Impact on the Energy Sector
With the rapid spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19) across the globe, the energy sector is suffering from the impending losses both in employment and revenue. Unfortunately, our transition to a 100 percent clean future powered by renewable energy seems diminishing at this moment. This article assesses the impacts of coronavirus on the energy sector (both renewable […]Read More
Apple adds cycling directions and EV routing to Maps in iOS 14
Apple’s annual Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) 2020 conference was full of huge announcements. This is the first time that Apple did a virtual-only event due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. One of the major announcements made by Apple was that they would add electric vehicles charge routing into their next update to Apple Maps for iOS 14. This […]Read More
How green are Delhi’s political parties’ manifestos?
Ahead of Delhi elections, Bhartiya Janata Party, Congress, and Aam Aadmi Party released their election manifestoes and environment-related issues feature in the promises of all three parties. Air Pollution Starting with the chronic air pollution that has affected people of Delhi for years now, BJP, in its manifesto, has talked about a comprehensive strategy for […]Read More
Rounding up Electric Mobility in India in 2019!
2019! I can say the year when Electric Vehicles kick-started in India. We witnessed some launches, some policy change from the government for both good and bad. In this article, I will try to rewind what happened in the EV sector in India. Let’s first talk about 4w EV launches in India The first major […]Read More
13 Things Tesla Club India Suggests for Electric Mobility in India
Running an online EV community (Tesla Club India), I am very much concerned about the increasing pollution caused by petrol/diesel-run vehicles and the climate crisis. The only solution that seems is the use of Electric Vehicles & Renewable Energy. I would like to put some suggestions: 1. India is seeing a boost in 2-wheeler EV. Ather […]Read More
Opinion: Government To Go Slow on EV?
So this news came that government has decided to go slow on EV, so as to save ICE manufacturers from going in loss over current auto sales decline. This has me upset and a bit mad over this decision. Am I overreacting? Am I not understanding economics? Am I happy with job loss? NO. I […]Read More
Where Are Chargers? But Where Are EVs?
So everyone is worried about charging network! Did we have 60000 petrol pumps decades ago? No. They eventually grew. If there hadn’t been any demand there would have been no increase in stations. With EV in markets, charging infra will develop. They aren’t going to come overnight, they will come slowly. But what we need […]Read More
Environment Ministry to Use Mahindra Electric Cars for Official Use To Combat Air Pollution
The Environment Ministry has acquired electric cars for official use, a move aimed at reducing air pollution. According to ministry sources, five electric cars have been acquired on a trial basis out of which three have been allotted to ministry officials. A tweet was sent out by the official Twitter handle of the ministry, stating […]Read More
Ola Puts Light on Battery Swapping Technology In India
Ola Mobility Institute (OMI), a policy research and social innovation unit of ride-hailing platform Ola, pitches for battery swapping technology to “be actively treated as a promising solution to accelerate the adoption of electric vehicles in India, especially for the two- and three-wheeler segments.” The Institute organised a policy dialogue GREENLIGHT on the issue. The […]Read More
India’s EV Policy – Should It Be Protectionist Or Open?
The NITI Ayog, Indian Government’s think tank has proposed a roadmap towards policy making for EVs in India. The report has highlighted that the key objectives of India’s EV Policy should be first, to reduce primary oil consumption; second, to facilitate adoption of Electric and clean energy vehicles; third, encourage cutting edge technology in India […]Read More
New Delhi: These Electric Buses Will Revolutionise The Way You Will Travel
Delhi Government tested electric buses trials and everyone has rave reviews drivers, passengers and charging station specialists.Read More
Cabs Over Buses For Delhi
Delhi Government waasts to add 1000 electric buses but looks like cabs are taking the lead...Read More
Delhi Government’s Transport Reforms
Everything you wanted to know about Delhi transport reforms - what else can be done?Read More