The electric two-wheeler segment represents a unique opportunity for India to become a global leader in the green technology space. The growth of this segment in the country is being driven by strong policy support, combined with homegrown engineering and innovation.

The government has issued draft notification on Bharat New Car Assessment Programme (BNCAP), which proposes awarding 'Star Ratings' to automobiles based on their performance in crash tests. The government aims to implement the programme from October 1, 2023.

The Global Automaker Rating 2022 is a definitive look at how global automakers rate in the transition to zero-emission vehicles (ZEVs). Tesla and BYD are at the top of the ratings in this first edition of the in-depth analysis.

This report discusses the employment effects of Michigan’s auto industry shifting from internal combustion engine vehicle manufacturing to electric vehicle manufacturing, with a focus on supporting a just transition for workers and communities.

These guidelines are issued in suppression of earlier CPCB guidelines published in the year 2019 and aligned with Motor Vehicles (Registration and Functions of Vehicle Scrapping Facility) Rules, 2021 notified by MoRTH, the Steel Scrap Recycling Policy of Ministry of Steel issued in 2019 and the Automobile Industry Standards for Collection and Di

The economic consequences for firms investing in green innovation, and therefore their incentives to innovate, are not well understood. This paper empirically assesses the economic returns on innovation in cleaner vehicles.

The Action Taken Report of the Committee deals with the Action Taken by the Ministry of Heavy Industries on the recommendations contained in the Committee’s Three Hundred and Ninth Report on Electric & Hybrid Mobility – Prospects and Challenges in Automobile Industry pertaining to Ministry of Heavy Industries.

The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways vide notification dated 24th, June 2022 has issued the draft Central Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Rules, 2022.

This is the latest in a series of studies assessing how manufacturer groups are performing with respect to India’s fuel consumption standards, which are slated to become more stringent in fiscal year (FY) 2022–23. This study also compares the technology included in best-in-class vehicles in Europe and India.

The Department-related Parliamentary Standing Committee on Industry presented its 309th Report on “Electric & Hybrid Mobility – Prospects And Challenges in Automobile Industry”, pertaining to Ministry of Heavy Industries to the Parliament on 6th December, 2021.