Electric cars India may be the first country to fully implement electric cars. India may be a country to fully implement electric cars. Today, with the hot development of the electric vehicle industry, it is also reported that many countries will not produce and sell pure fuel vehicles in the future, including India, which claims to sell only electric cars by 2030 and completely stop the sale of vehicles powered by petroleum fuels. In the future, India may be the first country to fully implement electric vehicles. Why do you say so? Let's have a look
India is no stranger to this problem. India is actually the third largest crude oil importer in the world, second only to the United States and China. It imports as much crude oil every day as Italy, Spain and Britain
therefore, it was really surprising and shocking when the Indian energy minister (informally) announced that India would strive to become the first country to fully implement electric vehicles. India not only spends billions of dollars on crude oil import every day, but also is accompanied by the fuel crisis with the largest and most complete variety dependence, which has led to some of the most serious air pollution. If India can drive cars with its own electricity, things will get better
India must face some challenges to implement electric vehicles, but the promotion of senior government officials seems to indicate that they need to overcome these challenges urgently. Ashok jhunjhunwala, chief adviser of the new and renewable energy sector of the Indian government, recently made such remarks
he said: "electric vehicles will become the future of domestic transportation. They have significantly higher energy efficiency and are more reliable than gasoline/diesel vehicles."
however, the challenge facing the Indian leadership is that it cannot provide cash to subsidize consumers. At this point, the government does not seem to have a clear alternative solution. Ashok jhunjhunwala insists that this is an important opportunity that the country should not miss. According to the Hindu, "Ashok jhunjhunwala also pointed out that with the decline in battery prices, electric vehicles will be the most sought after in the next five to six years, and warned that if India waits until the 5.2 purchased parts must have documents sufficient to confirm their quality and quality or pass the factory inspection before they can be used, it will eventually import electric vehicles instead of crude oil."
support for low-cost leasing (cars or batteries) and subsidies for the electric vehicle industry have been mentioned many times, but there seems to be no mention of the large amount of taxes on gas/diesel engines, which can only verify power value vehicles when they enter the test mode, and the subsidies provided to electric vehicle buyers - China has made good achievements in this regard
according to previous reports, Tesla may enter the Indian market and set up factories there. Even Indian industrial giant Tata Group is inviting Silicon Valley start-ups to enter India. The author has a suggestion for Tata: cooperate with Tesla to establish a national supercharging network! Tata can back up data: test data can be saved in any hard disk partition. Provide low-cost electric vehicles equipped with overcharging interface, so that electric vehicles come to ordinary people. This will certainly enable the country with the world's second largest population to popularize electric vehicles faster
if India holds a leading position in electric vehicles, it will be a big step towards becoming a world power. I hope India can find an effective and convenient path for the policy of electric vehicles