31 Jul '17, 10am

India moves into low-carbon mobility fast lane

Market readiness: Harnessing market forces to move vehicle segments to scale as they become economic is key to India’s mobility transformation. Between 2017 and 2019, India should aim to capture opportunities that are already economic and capable of rapid scaling while continuing to cultivate actions that are nearly economic. An example of such a solution is electric two-wheelers, many of which already feature two- to three-year payback periods. India should seek to enhance and continue scaling actions introduced in this first phase while beginning to deploy solutions with increasingly favorable economics through 2023. By 2032, in line with government planning documents, all vehicle segments should be market-ready for electrification and national deployment should be underway. Lighthouse regions: Testing, validating and assembling components of the new mobility system in s...

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