Electric vehicles pave the way forward as the Indian market gets ready for the influx of new, pollution-free vehicles
The government wants only EVs to ply on India’s roads by 2030 as part of its commitment to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
The government is planning to have only electric cars by 2030 in its efforts to reduce both oil imports as well reduce carbon emissions to a significant extent
The tender for 10,000 e-cars in March-April next year is in line with the govt's vision of having all electric passenger cars by 2030
Tata Motors will supply the electric vehicles (EVs) in two phases with 500 e-cars in the first phase in November 2017 and the remaining 9,500 EVs in the second phase, EESL said in a statement
These appliances would be sourced by the three state-run oil marketing companies (OMCs) -- HPCL, IOCL and BPCL- from the state-run Energy Efficiency Services