New Delhi. Union Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari said on Friday that the government intends to have 30 per cent sales share of electric vehicles in private cars, 70 per cent in commercial vehicles and two-wheelers by 2030. and 80 percent in three-wheeler vehicles because there is an urgent need to reduce carbon emissions in the transport sector.
Gadkari said that if electric vehicle sales reach 40 per cent in two-wheelers and cars segment by 2030 and close to 100 per cent for buses, India will be able to reduce crude oil consumption by 156 million tonnes which is worth 35 lakh crores. is Rs.
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Addressing an event organized by industry body FICCI through video conference, Gadkari said, “There is an urgent need to reduce carbon emissions in the transport sector and make it sustainable from the point of view of economy, ecology and environment.”
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The Minister of Road Transport and Highways said, “The government intends to increase the sales share of electric vehicles to 30 percent in private cars, 70 percent in commercial vehicles, 40 percent in buses and 80 percent in two-wheeler and three-wheeler vehicles by 2030. “
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