Delhi’s new draft electric vehicle policy which aims to make every fourth registered vehicle in the capital an electric one by 2023 has been described as “strong” and “comprehensive” by experts.
The Delhi Electric Vehicle Policy, 2018 notes that sales of new electric cars worldwide surpassed a million units in 2017, with stocks at three million that year.
In 2016, the tribunal’s expert committee had submitted a report with a series of recommendations to counter increasing air pollution levels in the city.
Automobile makers have good words for the draft policy that has set a target for at least a fourth of new vehicles sold in Delhi to be run on electricity by 2023.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) yesterday signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with an Indian firm, Centre for Science and Environment (CSE), to build the capacity of the agency in
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Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) was awarded this year’s Indira Gandhi Prize for Peace, Disarmament and Development for its pioneering work in the field of environmental education and prote
Delhi-based environment think-tank CSE will be honoured with the Indira Gandhi Prize for Peace, Disarmament and Development this year for its work in environmental education and protection.
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