India’s policies on electric vehicles are 'a case of missed opportunities’

India’s progress in the electrification of its vehicular fleet remains extremely tardy and slow, despite a policy intent which asks for 30 percent of all new vehicles to be electric ones by the year 2030 – says Centre for Science and Environment based on the findings in its two new, recently released reports that have investigated the strategies for zero-emissions transition in the country. To get full access to this story, "Subscribe Now", in just Re.1 for the next 24 hours...

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