Moving forward on the path to electrifying mobility is a complex issue and requires all stakeholders to work together
Sometime last year, the Union government suddenly announced that India would make the paradigm shift to full electric mobility by 2030. This was more a statement of intent signalling a necessary and transformative shift to ease polluting vehicular emissions on our congested roads. NITI Aayog has since suggested that 40% of personal vehicles and public transportation in the country should go completely electric by 2030. This seems a more realistic target.