electric car inverter electric cars in india: a glimpse -

by:KEBO      2019-08-20
Recently, the Indian government announced its vision of introducing electric vehicles on Indian roads by 2030 and stopping vehicles using fossil fuels in small phases by 2029.A few months later, the state-owned organization Energy Efficiency Services Co., Ltd. invited bids to supply 10,000 electric vehicles to encourage the use of electric vehicles by government departments.Orders were issued to the domestic automaker Tata Motors for the supply of these vehicles, with the lowest bid from Tata Motors compared to other bidders.However, along with Tata Motors, another local carmaker, Mahindra and Mahindra, were also asked to provide 500 electric vehicles out of the 10,000.The government also reportedly authorized EESL to issue tenders for outsourcing e-commerceRickshaws and electric carsCars that encourage the public to use electric cars.Now, with all these efforts by the government to adapt to electric vehicles in the country, whether these efforts will succeed in strengthening the foundations of electric vehicles in the country.According to experts, policy makers who decide on the introduction of electric vehicles must seriously consider the impact of these initiatives.Because the introduction of electric vehicles will also cause great interference to the car ecosystem rich in internal combustion engines and used for various tasks.Only electrified: Not much, but almost three months ago in September, His Excellency Nitin Gadkari, Minister of Roads and Transport of the Indian government, strictly required automakers to switch to car manufacturing using alternative sources of gasoline and diesel.He spoke at the annual automotive industry conference in September.There is no need for automakers to adjust their environmental policies, Mr. carari said.Friendly vehicles, whether they like it or not.After the World Health Organization published a report last year, the need to implement the policy on the use of electric vehicles has arrived, and it is reported that, six Indian cities, including the capital, New Delhi, are among the 15 most polluted cities in the world.On the other hand, the tax on goods and services is implemented, and the tax rate on electric vehicles is 12%, while that on hybrid vehicles is 43%, while that on gasoline and diesel vehicles is 28%.In addition, the government is also considering zero tariffs on electric vehicles.Action is much faster: given the current situation, there are a lot of automakers who think the government is approaching its mission at a high speed, which may be disappointing in the next few years.According to them, the government should adopt a moderate policy to encourage the use of electric vehicles by 2030.Recently, local automakers Mahindra and Mahindra have signed a treaty with the US automaker Ford Motor to support each other, understand the changing situation and strengthen the production efficiency of each otherIt is reported that M & M will outsource the platform of Ford Motor Company to develop the upcoming electric car.In return for this platform, M & M will share its technology for making electric cars with Ford to develop entry-level cars like Figo and Aspire.Challenges facing the government: 1.Lack of charging infrastructure.2.There are no facilities for making batteries.3.Due to low power generation efficiency, car enthusiasts lack the will to electric vehicles.In addition to the government's lack of clear EV manufacturing policies, the Indian government must also address some challenges to encourage the use of electric vehicles in the country in 2030.
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