Manufacturing hybrid / electric vehicles in India will reduce its price, says Government of India

Urges component manufacturers in India to get involved

Overdrive July 17, 2016 09:00:47 IST
Manufacturing hybrid / electric vehicles in India will reduce its price, says Government of India

The secretary for Ministry of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises, Girish Shankar, has come up with a solution to reduce the high prices of full electric and hybrid vehicles in India. Addressing a gathering at the National Workshop and Exhibition of FAME India, the government official said, “ The biggest challenge is cost and all of us would have to work on it so that people can afford and easily adopt this new technology. To make it cheaper, we would have to work for Make-in-India and (that) is the solution for making electric vehicle...

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