About 14 per cent cut in CO2 emissions possible in small commercial vehicle segment with EV push: Study
December 18, 2020 |
December 18, 2020
ET Energy World
The study by TERI has come up with various recommendations, including setting up of a nationwide vehicle scrappage policy programme, with a focus on electric vehicle replacement.
Data-driven solutions required for better transport planning
December 17, 2020
| Money Control
For effective and efficient policy-making to encourage sustainable mobility solutions, it is important to have both supply and demand-side data, which is often missing, or in short supply. There are numerous examples of such transport projects where the actual utilisation was far less than the projected one. Many public transport projects, BRT, and metro rail systems, failed to realise the desired outcomes in absence of inadequate supply and demand analysis for the paucity of data.
India has a Great Foundation and Suitable Environment to Develop EV Ecosystem Further
December 2, 2020 |
December 2, 2020
Saur Energy International
Speaking at the webinar on 'Future of E-Mobility in India: Strategies to Drive Demand' - part of COP26 Webinar Series organised by TERI and the British High Commission, Regional Ambassador for Asia-Pacific and South Asia for COP26, Mr Ken O'Flaherty said that electric vehicles are already cheaper to run than ICE vehicles and they are expected to be cheaper to buy within the next few years.
Airplanes can give wings to self-reliance
July 8, 2020
| The Hindu Business Line
A National Mission for design and development of passenger aircraft can help India create a globally competitive industry. The vision of self-reliance in a globalised economy has to be crafted for present-day realities. A major pillar should be developing Indian products in the frontier areas of technology.
Could India's Dependence on China Weaken its EV Ambition?
July 7, 2020 |
July 7, 2020
The Blue Circle
Leaning on China can be done away with in the long run, but right now, it will hurt the customer’s pocket, and could put brakes on India’s EV ambition. According to Mr Sharif Qamar, Associate Fellow, TERI, China has been a key player in the EV ecosystem in India. Its contribution ranges from component and fuel cell supplies to joint ventures with Indian corporations in manufacturing EVs.
International Energy Agency features Kolkata electric buses’ success story in its flagship publication -- Global Electric Vehicle Outlook (GEVO) 2020
June 16, 2020 |
June 16, 2020
BW Smart Cities
As part of its extensive work on electric vehicles, IEA published a case study on the impacts of increasing the share of e-buses in the state of Kolkata in India. TERI conducted the case study with support from the IEA, the West Bengal Transport Corporation and the Department of Transport, Government of West Bengal.