Automobile industry organization SIAM says that all the new vehicles that will be sold in the 50th year of India’s independence, i.e., 2047 will be completely electric.
However, the public transport fleet can be electricized by 2030 only between different cities. The Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM) has handed over white letters to the government on the electric vehicle market.
SIAM has stated in his white paper that his goal is that by 2030, 40 percent of the new vehicles sold in the country are completely electric.
The organization has taken this step at a time when the government wants that by 2030, public mobility in the country is fully operational. At the same time, 40 percent of individual mobility vehicles are aimed at electric vehicles.
Though former power minister Piyush Goyal had said in April this year – The idea is that by 2030, no single petrol or diesel-driven vehicles were sold in the country.
SIAM has proposed an outline of 20 percent of India’s independence in India in the year 2047 by offering 100 percent electric vehicles (battery electric or fuel cell), under which 60 percent of new vehicles sold in the country by 2030 are hybrid or Other alternative fuel-like green technologies will be.
Siyam president Abhay Firodia said that to ensure the implementation of this approach, the government and various partners will have to work together with 100 percent commitment and invest in it.A
He said that to move towards complete electric vehicles, we will have to work on engine upgrades in the next decade. According to the White Paper of SIAM, there is a need to create a strong market and manufacturing scenario for electric vehicles in India and the policy should be persisted in the coming time so that the industry can invest in full confidence.