Localization of Electric Vehicles is Possible in India, Says NITI Aayog Deputy Director General
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Localization of Electric Vehicles is Possible in India, Says NITI Aayog Deputy Director General

Electric vehicles is separate categories of vehicles includes electric buses, electric cars, and light commercial electric vehicles. And also to make softer than for ordinary machines, the requirements for localization, which open access to public procurement. The Ministry of Ministry of Road Transport and Highways, Government of India, published a draft and rule and regulation on that

Electric buses, Cars, and light commercial electric vehicles are very less available. But before the end of the year2018, with the support of the Ministry of Industry and Trade, mass production of compact electric vehicles organized.

The advantages of electric vehicles

The use of electric cars can help industrialized countries reduce their dependence on foreign oil.

Pollution caused by electric vehicles is only part of the pollution caused by cars with internal combustion engines (with the same mileage), even taking into account pollution that is associated with the use of energy from power plants and the production of batteries.

The cost of the energy needed to travel on an electric car is less than the value of the energy consumed when going on a vehicle running on fossil fuels at the same distance.

In some areas, for those who use electric cars, taxes are abolished or reduced.

With some refinement, electric cars can partially or fully recharge not from the network, but other sources.

Using an electric car creates a sense of independence.

Electric vehicles in the future will occupy a reliable place among vehicles used by humans, partially replacing traditional cars. The main constraining factors for the mass penetration of electric vehicles into the market are their starting price and difficulty of use. For the Russian Federation, one can also note the factor of the underdeveloped culture of the use of electric vehicles, which is only now beginning to develop. It is probably necessary to promote the use of environmentally friendly transport from childhood, improving its “friendliness” to nature, and then positive changes will appear in the infrastructure plan.

The administration of Prime Minister of India had previously expressed his ambitions to reach a 30% electric vehicle sales target by 2030. India has been lagging in the car park electrification race, which despite the announcements of its government, has not had a clear policy of aid for the time necessary to strengthen this emerging market, such and as announced last year.

The cumulative global sales of electric vehicles for passengers exceed four million units. Of these, China represents, since 2011, a third of sales. However, India sold just 2,000 electric vehicles last year, and according to the same consultant, it could reach 7% of sales in 2030. The difference with China is vast; its Association of Automobile Manufacturers foresees that in 2025 the Asian Giant will reach seven million vehicles of “New Energy,” which includes those driven only by batteries, plug-in hybrids, and hydrogen fuel cell. The 6,000 euros – in exchange – for the help offered for vehicles with 400 kilometres of autonomy or more begin to make these vehicles affordable for buyers. Several automakers have already announced plans to produce electric vehicles in India at the beginning of next year. Among them is the local division of automobile manufacturers, the car market leader there, which has already announced that it needs to manufacture 1.5 million electric vehicles in India in 2030 to maintain its 50% share. The American Ford also wants to be present in this new market after the for the joint development of electric vehicles.

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