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These new technology will run vehicles in India in future, this big change is going to happen

By 2030, half of the total new two-wheelers will be electric two-wheelers. Similarly, in three-wheeler, four-wheeler vehicles, the share of electric will be 25 percent. Apart from this, this change will happen by 2050, see details.
By 2030, 30 percent of the new vehicles sold in the country will be electric passenger vehicles.This has been estimated in research by the Clement and Energy Research Institute.The Energy, Environment and Water Council (CEEW) report says that by 2050, the share of electric in total vehicles sold will increase to 75 percent.The study says that by 2030, half of the total new two-wheelers will be electric two-wheelers.Similarly, in three-wheeler and four-wheeler vehicles, the share of electric will be 25 percent.
More than 13 lakh electric vehicles registered in India
Apart from this, the government said that there are more than 13 lakh Electric Vehicles (e-Vehicles) registered in the country while 2826 Public Charging Stations (PCS) are operational.Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari has given this information to the Rajya Sabha in a written reply to a question.
He said that the total number of electric vehicles in the country as on July 14, 2022 is 13,34,385 and this does not include the figures of Andhra Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Telangana and Lakshadweep.Along with this, he said that according to the Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE), a total of 2826 PCS are operational in the country.
Gadkari said that under the plan for rapid adoption and manufacturing of electric vehicles in Phase-II (FAME India Phase-II) of the Ministry of Heavy Industries, 2877 public charging stations in 68 cities and 1576 charging stations on 9 expressways and 16 highways will be set up. has been approved.

 

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