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Based on the recent techno-economic developments in the EV sector and the ecotechnological enthusiastic adoption of electric vehicles by the citizens of Bihar, the State Government formulates “Bihar Electric Vehicle Policy, 2023” for the promotion of electric vehicles and EV charging stations.

In a move towards sustainable and environmentally friendly transportation, the Delhi government has introduced the ‘Delhi Motor Vehicle Aggregator and Delivery Service Provider Scheme 2023.’ This comprehensive scheme, aims to regulate and license aggregators providing passenger transport services and delivery service providers in the city, with

The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRTH) on November 07, 2023, issued the Central Motor Vehicles (Ninth Amendment) Rules, 2023 to further amend the Central Motor Vehicles Rules, 1989. The following amendment has been stated: After rule 125-L, the following rule shall be inserted, namely: 125M.

This report provides a brief overview of the services that EVs can provide to the power system through smart charging, key challenges, and important factors to enable deployment, implementation requirements and way forward for the smooth integration of EVs in the grid.

This report explores non-fiscal incentives that Telangana can implement in its EV policies to accelerate EV adoption. These recommendations are based on an analysis of existing state EV policies in India and global best practices, including those in China.

Like-for-like replacement of fossil-fuel-powered vehicles by identical electric-powered vehicles is thought to be the main uptake pathway for electric vehicle (EV) uptake.

India could become a hub for electric vehicle (EV) manufacturing and recycling with the right incentives and government policies that can meet strong domestic demand for EVs and take advantage of the growing manufacturing sector.

he path to low-carbon urban transport looks fundamentally different in developed and developing countries. Most cities in developing countries have not yet developed their land use and transportation infrastructure around cars, leaving a window of opportunity to chart a new path to low-carbon, efficient and inclusive urban transport.

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.

This report assesses the impact of the road transport sector on energy demand, CO2 emissions and air pollution in several selected major emerging economies over the coming decades under several IEA modelling scenarios.