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All about electric vehicle charging

Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) or charging equipment are prerequisite for electric vehicle (EV) adoption by vehicle owners. Various countries adopted different approaches and business models for creation of EVSE ecosystem with mixed results.

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Emerging best practices for electric vehicle charging infrastructure

Electric vehicles offer great potential to dramatically reduce local air pollution, greenhouse gas emissions and resulting climate change impacts, and oil use from the transport sector. With electric vehicle costs steadily falling, the transition continues to become more feasible.

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Standing Up India’s EV ecosystem- who will drive the change?

The global automotive industry is at the cusp of a paradigm shift from internal combustion engine vehicles to zero emission vehicles owing to the stringent regulatory interventions by Governments worldwide as a result of depleting air quality and greenhouse gas emissions. How would the current industry ecosystem change as a result of the electrification drive by the Government?

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Pune Mobility Ecosystem

This document is the result of a needs assessment for Pune city. It offers an overview of existing mobility plans, policies, and projects within and around Pune. In doing so, it supports a shared awareness and understanding of Pune’s mobility ecosystem, and helps foster integration across the participants and projects of the Pune Solutions Workshop.

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Enabling the Transition to Electric Mobility in India

This report discusses the potential of electric mobility in India, the key challenges to electric vehicle (EV) adoption, lessons from global case studies, and the way forward, across six topics: public transport; sharing and mobility services; interoperable transit data; EV charging infrastructure; battery swapping; and battery manufacturing.

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Electric Vehicles in India and its Impact on Grid

Road EVs include a large range of vehicles from electric two-wheelers, three-wheelers (rickshaws), cars and electric buses. In addition, plug-in electric vehicles can be classified into two types: battery electric vehicles (BEVs), and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs). BEVs have an electric motor in place of combustion engine and use electricity from the grid stored in batteries.

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EV100 Annual Report 2019

This report shines a light on companies’ fleet and charging commitments. It identifies climate action as a key driver, alongside the opportunity to be seen as a leader, and a rapidly maturing business case – battery pack costs have fallen by 85% since 2010.The analysis covers the 23 members who joined by fall2018.

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Accelerating Electric Mobility in India

India is already committed to increasing renewables. Energy mix to be cleaner with more and more electric storage brought in by EVs. 35% of India’s electricity is from non-coal sources. It will improve as share of electricity from clean sources goes up.

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Electric Buses in India: Technology, Policy and Benefits

Over the past decade, India’s cities have been witnessing an increasing trend in motorization with deteriorating air quality, and there have been calls to promote public transport as a way out of this gridlock. It is in this context that electric buses can play a positive role, as there are several benefits associated with the shift from conventional diesel buses to electric buses in terms of reduction in local pollution, noise, and fuel consumption.

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Creating the Clean Energy Economy

Of all the oil consumed in the U.S., 70 percent is used for transportation. Further, passenger vehicles use 70 percent of transportation oil.1 Globally, a rising middle class in China and India is causing demand for passenger cars to balloon, and with it, demand for oil. By 2050, there may be as many as 1.5 billion cars on the road, compared to 750 million in 2010.