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  • Globally, the passenger car segment has been the harbinger of the electric mobility shift — chiefly due to its automotive market domination in most countries pursuing transport electrification. While India’s Electric Vehicle (EV) mission has thus far been driven by two-wheelers and three-wheelers, electric car adoption is expected to accelerate in the coming decade.

    In this fourth installment of the five-part blog series on the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) of electric vehicles, we turn our attention to the electrification of cars.

    Need for electrification of cars...

  • The Renewable Energy (RE) sector has primarily driven India’s transition to clean energy. India’s total wind energy is close to 37.7 GW, the fourth highest in the world after China, the US, and Germany (March 2020).

    Globally, the offshore wind turbine installation as of 2019 stands at 29 GW. India’s national Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) plans to ramp up energy

  • Earlier this year, when the COVID-19 pandemic struck India, saving lives became the singular goal of the administration and frontline workers. Rising to the challenge, the city administration, health institutions, law and order authorities, community organizations, entrepreneurs and

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