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|Abhinandan Kumar said: (Apr 4, 2021)|
|I didn't think that India is ready for electric vehicles as there is a lot of traffic in India so it's difficult to provide the electric vehicle facilities and as well as the cost of electric vehicles is also high as it runs on electricity it is rather costly than petrol, diesel because you not only drive the vehicle with electricity but you may use other vehicle facilities too or else if you go a long drive then it will cost you so much in your bill that comes from the electric car, so until any good scheme with less money on this electric vehicle will launch we must use the regular petrol, diesel-run vehicles only.|
|Smriti said: (Mar 22, 2021)|
|To know whether India is ready for electric cars or not people should first know what is electric vehicles. Electric vehicles, unlike conventional petrol and diesel vehicles, use one or more electric motors for propulsion. Electric vehicles have a battery that is charged through an electricity supply. The electric energy is then stored and used to power the electric motor.
According to a report by NITI Aayog,
India can save 64% of anticipated passenger road-based mobility-related energy demand and 37% of carbon emissions in 2030 by pursuing a shared, electric, and connected mobility future.
This would result in a reduction of 156 mega toes in diesel and petrol consumption for that year. At USD 52/bbl of crude, this would imply a net savings of roughly Rs 3.9 lakh crore (approximately 60 billion USD) in 2030. These figures clearly indicate an urgent requirement for the replacement of conventional vehicles with electric vehicles.
While prominent manufacturers such as Maruti Suzuki India, Hero Electric Vehicles, Mahindra and Mahindra are already registered electric manufacturers in India, latest collaborations such as Suzuki and Toyota, are planning to launch electric vehicles in India.
On the same lines, India's first EV manufacturer Mahindra and Mahindra has forged a partnership with Ford to develop electric mobility solutions that are affordable for Indian consumers.
Among the world's 20 most polluted cities in the world, 13 are in India. Vehicular pollution is one of the major contributors to air pollution. India is in a group of countries that has the highest particulate matter (PM) levels. Its cities have the highest levels of PM10 and PM2. 5 (particles with a diameter of 10 microns and 2.5 microns). These figures are six times more than the WHO "safe' limit of 25 micrograms and represent the exigency for Electrical Vehicles.
Electric vehicles are not only Environment Friendly but also Cost Effective as Government is incentivizing the use of Electric Vehicles by providing subsidies and lower motor taxes on EVs. Electric Vehicles are 100 per cent eco-friendly. They do not emit toxic gases or smoke in the environment which leads to global warming and helps to reduce pollution. As electricity is majorly produced from either renewable sources or from sources that emit no greenhouse gases thus EVs help in maintaining energy security by shifting dependence from non-renewable resources to renewable resources. Electric vehicles require less maintenance than conventional vehicles as there are fewer fluids (like oil and transmission fluid) to change and fewer moving parts. Electric vehicles are quieter to operate than gasoline-powered vehicles, leading to a reduction in noise pollution.
So, the answers is YES, India is ready for electric vehicles.
|Pratip Banerjee said: (Mar 12, 2021)|
|Good evening everyone. Today's topic is one of the most crucial topics of this time period. So, first of all in India is one of the most largely populated countries after china and in India, most people don't have a private car that's why a large number of people used to travel by public transport. Public transport usually consumes diesel and sometimes petrol so there is a large amount of air pollution takes place which was harmful to our health and as well as the environment. Apart from that cost of diesel and Petrols increasing day by day so this is a golden time to shift from fossil fuel consumed car to electric vehicle, it is the one and only option to save our Indian sub-continent as well as the world.
So when we apply this idea there were some challenges, like-.
1. Charging infrastructure: A report of the Indian govt says in India there is approximately 70000 pump in Otherside approx 2900 EV charging station are there.
2. Higher cost-In EV every part is valuable and the cost is higher if we compared with fossil fuel vehicle.
3. Lack of technology.
4. Large dependency on other countries. (especially in china).
5. Lack of skilled worker.
6. Possible disruption in the automobile sector.
Govt of India takes a lot of initiative.
Our focus areas-.
1. Create a charging infrastructure.
2.R&D in battery technology (shift from li ions).
3. EV education.
If we create those things and govt encouraged people to buy EV so there is a good future of EV in India because in the current scenario India is one of the most convertible markets in the world.
|Sohan said: (Mar 3, 2021)|
Yes, India is ready for electric vehcile use. Government is promoting the use of electric vehicles in India by giving subsidy and lower tax. It gives guideline to company to produce electric vehicles in India by giving some rebate. Telsa is planning to launch electrical vehicle in India by 2022. It is one of the best intitiative of government to make pollution free environment. Electrical vehical is also cost effective less maintainence requirement. Already in India e rickshaw is surpassing the diesel/petrol auto and most of the buses in metro cities are using electrical vchicles and electrification of training is also taking place in India. So, yes India is taking step towards electrification of vehicles.
|Am Ashmita said: (Feb 4, 2021)|
|Hello, Friends, I am Ashmita.
Nowadays we all are using vehicles to travel we know the government has told that diesel vehicles is affecting our child and it is increasing the populations of our country so in my opinion, we have to use only petrol and battery vehicles alone.
Thank you for everyone for giving me wonderful opportunities.
|Suman Dey said: (Feb 2, 2021)|
Today we are discussing India ready for Electric Vehicles.
Firstly, India is ready for the electric vehicles. Many of car is launched in India.
As there is no infrastructure (charging centre, EV vehicle maintenance centre etc) in India for EVs it is one of major reason. EVs are not considered good for long distances as they require charging of 5to 6hours after every 200 km drive.
The EV car is moving on road.
Lastly, I want to said that India is ready EV. So in future many of Electric vehicles is developed that.
|Ratan All Gadhwal said: (Jan 1, 2021)|
|Hello, all of you.
My name is Ratan Lal Gadhwal.
First of all, I would like to pay attention to the topic of Electric vehicles in India.
To think about EVs is good for India.
India is the second-largest population country in the world so they need of vehicles is very high.
There is a very huge problem to pollution in India so EVs are helping us to reduce air pollution, noise pollution around our environment.
In June 2019 the gov. Of India announced that only EVs will be sold in India from the year 2030.
By using EVs, we can reduce the dependence on other countries for oil import.
But electric vehicle's Price is very high. It is not affordable for many people in India.
And also required a number of charging stations in the near future. So it a big problem for India to build them within some time.
Thanks to all of you.
|Mitali said: (Dec 9, 2020)|
|According to me India should switch to EV's. Recently in some polluted cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata.
As according To a report in the list of 20 most polluted cities, 13 are from India. So it is the need of time to switch to EV's gradually as to control air pollution.
We all know that switching to EV's suddenly will not work at all but we have to move us towards the electric vehicles.
|Siddharth said: (Nov 24, 2020)|
|Friends as we all know our today's topic is ' Is India ready for electrical vehicle'. In my opinion yes India is ready because in various cities of India like Delhi, Mumbai, Patna, Chennai, Kolkata etc the quality of air becoming noxious day by day due to which common people are suffering from different respiratory disease. Polluted air causes irritation in eyes, redness in eyes, sore throat, affect the digestive system, affect lungs and it is very dangerous for Sugar, BP and Asthma patients by the use of electric vehicle we can control the air pollution and can decrease our dependency on Fossil fuels like coal, petroleum and other petroleum products.|
|Khushboo said: (Nov 15, 2020)|
|Hi everyone, I am Khushboo.
In my opinion, yes, India is ready for the electric vehicle, because, among the 20 most polluted cities, 13 are from India. Pollution caused by vehicle is one of the top contributors of air pollution. The electric vehicle is Eco friendly. Also, India has been manufacturing and successfully using electric motives that can pull train coaches of 1000 of gonna of the load. This has not only saved the fuel like petrol and diesel but a contribution towards the environment. According to manufacturing and using an electric vehicle is not a big deal for India. And according to a report by Niti Aayog, India can save 64% of passenger road-based mobility relates energy demand and 37% of carbon emission by 2030 by using electric vehicles.
|Rishab Shavant said: (Nov 10, 2020)|
I am Rishab.
Yeah, India is ready for electric vehicles.
Because India is a developing country.
And India has increasing pollution rate day by day so to stop this electric vehicle is needed.
Electric vehicles are also Eco friendly.
|Ankit said: (Nov 9, 2020)|
|Hello everyone, My name is Ankit.
India is ready because it is said to be useful in our country is In a developing country. Because pollution increasing day by day so it is very useful to used electric vehicles.
So, our country increasing in pollution. Kanpur Uttar Pradesh, Kolkata like city increasing pollution to control. So we use electric vehicles.
|Saraban Tahura said: (Jun 20, 2020)|
|Hi, my name is Saraban Tahura.
Today I'm going to discuss is India ready for electric vehicles?
In my point of view, India is not ready in this time to produce electric vehicles. As we all know that India is a developing country and focusing on Technology. Maybe it will possible a few years later. Electric vehicles which reduce pollution as well as we save petrol and diesel which is expensive. But it needs charging stations with good Infustucture everywhere. And it requires a huge cost to implement. So I think India should implement a gd strategy to make it successful.
|Amarjeet said: (Jun 12, 2020)|
In my opinion, Yes India is ready for electric vehicles. As we know that India is a developing country and we must think that no one can do perfectly in their initiative time. There is some obstacle which is face by each country at their initiation. So thinking that India is not ready for an electric vehicle is not good. I think India should implement this strategy with the specific plan so that they can handle every obstacle with the execution of strategy. Now a day we can see that many people are using an electric vehicle which increases growth rate as well as decrease the pollution of India.
So, Yes, India should ready for it and all the future growth.
|Ram Nath Sah said: (May 24, 2020)|
|In my points of view, India is not ready in this time to the produced electric vehicle maybe India will definitely ready to produce EV in the future after 1year or maybe two years due to following reason
1. In this time we have no good infrastructure in the electric station
2. People are no much more interested to electric vehicle like pick up speed, short time driving range, longer rechargeable time
3. Many automobile sectors did not adopt the skim.
|Monika said: (May 4, 2020)|
We all know that India is a Developing country and nowadays, India is more focusing on Technology. E-vehicle helps in reducing pollution and also saves petrol and diesel which is expensive and scarce. For the implementation of Electronic Vehicle, There is a need to set a Charging station every where which requires a huge Infrastructure. Also, It requires a huge cost for developing this station. So before Implementation of E vehicle, India should develop a full-fledged strategy to make it successful.
|Prakruti said: (Apr 24, 2020)|
|India is currently in the 13th position among the world's most polluted cities. Switching to electric vehicles is a step towards green economy. Considering the present situation, it may seem vital but there's still a lot to be done before India gets ready for Electric Vehicles. Firstly, India doesn't have proper infrastructure to facilitate running of electric vehicles. There are very few charging points in India. Secondly, people should be educated about road safety concerning electric vehicles. Lastly, the price of electric vehicles should be lowered as they are not affordable to a common man. All of this will certainly happen in future as Government of India has already started working on it.|
|Yo Amit said: (Feb 21, 2020)|
|In my opinion, India is partially ready for Electric Vehicles. It will take a good amount of 5 to 10 years from now. As the majority of the people in India depends on vehicle run by either petrol or diesel, the transportation economy depends on the use of these vehicles. If we suddenly put pressure on EVs the automobile sector will be adversely affected as we have seen in the recent July 2019 budget where more encouragement was given to the use of EVs by reducing the prices and increasing the price of vehicles run by petrol or diesel. The GDP saw a drastic fall in the automobile sector. This resulted in people losing their jobs, their livelihood, people bought fewer goods which affected the profit of companies, resulting in less wage and lower job creation which again reduced the GDP by a higher rate.
Before getting ready for using EVs we must first change our old system of transportation in a slower but steady pace, drastic change may sometimes backfire. EVs as a whole is a huge revolution. Before manufacturing and encouraging the buying of EVs use must have a proper infrastructure, more charging stations, road safety instructions, etc. People must be properly educated on the advantages of using EVs.
As we know the climate is changing drastically, pollution by vehicles has been one of the major factors in it. As more and more vehicles using petrol and diesel are increasing, pollution is increasing. Cities in India have become polluted to the greatest extent, the Air Index is worst in major cities like Delhi, Mumbai, etc making it unfit to breathe. Air pollution is causing various Respiratory Diseases and in the worst-case Cancer. We must change things in order to save ourselves. Also, petrol and diesel are non-renewable sources of energy. In recent year the natural resources have depleted and are depleting at a faster rate. A time will definitely come when these natural resources will be gone and no further petrol or diesel will be available. EVs are the best possible solution for reducing environmental damage as well as reducing the depletion rate of natural resources.
At last, I would like to conclude that India should get ready for using EVs rapidly keeping the economy as well as the environment in mind. Not only India but the world must be ready for EVs, to give a beautiful and healthy future to the next generation.
|Hiren said: (Feb 5, 2020)|
|Yes, India ready for the electrical vehicle because petrol and diesel are not continue to give for earth and than second options is electrical vehicle use than mane problem fessing for the applimg the India but all kinds off research than do something this side and all the county are allowed to the this side because electricity can ne easily made by resources. Like a wind, hydro, coal and etc.|
|Vandana said: (Jan 30, 2020)|
|Hi friends! Coming to the topic, India is ready for electric vehicles we can say yes! Because of today competitive world most of the people moving from one place to another place for their need of survival, so they choose different types vehicals to move. Whether they may have their own vehicles or public transportation. Almost all vehicles are run with oil like petrol, diesel. Etc. Due to the usage of oil is increasing there is a drastic change in the climate. Due to this the ozone layer is deplezing. By using electric vehicles we can control the pollution.
Of course, some of the problems due to battery arises but we can make sure to avoid the problems by taking some measures. Some of the researchers going on that and it can be implemented.
In my view, we are responsible for the environment and we have to save from the pollution.
|Mahesh said: (Jan 27, 2020)|
|As my point, in some city of India, the electrical vehicle should be first priority after seeing the environment scenario of such cities like Delhi. Where the pollution is at a peak. So to use an electric vehicle is necessary for such type of city before it going to be so late so we can compensate or manage the environmental issues of such cities. So whatever the cost of infrastructure should be done and have to give first priority to such cities for an electric vehicle. Because all we know that the electric vehicle is does not affect the environment badly and also it does not produce noise pollution. And even the cost of charging the battery will be going to be less conpare to the fuels like diesel and petrol. And in another city of India which not so much polluted there currently electric vehicle is not needed. Because India is a big country and has the second-largest pollution in the world. So the infrastructure of an electric vehicle is going to give a high cost to the government. Because in such type of country if do the change immediately that will give us adverse effect although the electric vehicle is one of the steps to making our country from developing to developed. But it is a step by step process. That should be followed accordingly. And yes after looking at the scenario of GDP growth rate of India currently we can't go for the electric vehicle but yes we have to go for an electric vehicle in such cities where pollution is on the peak. Thank you.|
|Rushikesh H said: (Jan 19, 2020)|
|Yes. India is ready for electrical vehicle but only in urban area where power stations are available. As we increases the use of electrical vehicle, more power stations will be established.
In my opinion, we should have to use electrical vehicle instead of using car that run on petrol/diesel to control pollution. Pollutants from vehicle exhaust can affect Global warming and also human health.
|Prathamesh said: (Jan 10, 2020)|
|I partially agree with what peoples are thinking about electric vehicles. In my opinion, looking to the current situation, India is not ready for electric vehicles over combustion vehicles. Because India is country with huge population and the demand for vehicles is increasing day by day in some metropolitan cities electric buses are now running but there isn't any source of charging stations on roads and for charging purpose they use generators which were driven by diesel which is not expected as they are wasting more money as well as fuel so in my opinion, India is not in position to handle electric vehicles.|
|Avinash said: (Dec 19, 2019)|
|Yes, India is ready for the use of electric vehicles but,
For the high heavy load, the application is not working properly right now, the India industry needs to improve its technology in an electric car to carry a heavy load.
Otherwise for the low load condition is the best solution and control the pollution.
|Vikash said: (Nov 22, 2019)|
|The electric vehicle is very useful for us. Because this time petrol and diesel are very costly and remains very few in quantity. It produces smoke in our environment, So I prefer electric vehicles. The electric vehicle has a problem that we have very few charging points. We want a lot of charging points on the main road.|
|Arif said: (Oct 31, 2019)|
In my opinion, India is ready for electric vehicles right now, but in some parts of the country, it's not. We will certainly start using these electric vehicles facility in nearby years in every small and big districts and cities. And it will be a great initiative by govt if this implements in almost every small and big districts and cities.
We are also not ready because as many of the people are not well known or don't know the benefits of these electric vehicles. So they must be taught about this kind of vehicle.
If it happens it will solve the problem of pollution more than half of the total pollution that is by the emission of carbon monoxides and nitrogen oxides and almost a quarter of the hydrocarbons emitted into our air.
|Shanmugam.M said: (Oct 25, 2019)|
My opinion, In case India release tha electrical vehicle lot of changing station was needed because the battery charging time issues has occurs.
|Amit Agrahari said: (Oct 20, 2019)|
Yes, India is ready for electric vehicles.
Because the Petrol engine and the diesel engine are a very harmful impact on our environment so it's.
An electric vehicle is needed.
|Satyam said: (Sep 25, 2019)|
Friends India must need the electric vehicle according to India's pollution scenario, but this the truth that India is not ready for the EV as parameter or requirement should be.
Because EV require heavy management to run well across the county, and according to other country India has not prepared the future layouts, like service point, charging stations etc.
So friends in this time India only can bear this if EV becomes with tremendously technical changes according to DEMAND-DESIRE & DREAMS.
So conclusion is:.
Concern- Ev SERVICE POINTS, TECHNICIANS, REFILLING STATIONS, REFILLING TIME, POWER, SPEED, EFFECTIVENESS,
Cause- LACK OF GOVT AWARENESS, LACK OF TECHNICAL TERM AS ASPECTIONS.
Correction- NEED MORE RESEARCH, NEED TO PAY ATTENTION BY GOV & AUTOMOTIVE DIVISION.
|Dipak said: (Aug 31, 2019)|
|Today's Topic Is India Ready For Electrical Vehicle.
Now, All vehicles run by petrol and Diesel but After 11 years The Fossil fuels are Ends. So Electrical Vehicle is important for every Indian. The main Drawback of this vehicle is The speed of Vehicle is Decareses only speed is 80km to 90km. So now every Indian can understand The Situation and ready For electric vehicle should be Less maintenance, Low pollution, Price is less, Economical. But now all Indians are not ready For Electric vehicles because of Old Vehicles are Wasted so about 5 to 6 years for every Indian can ready for the Electrical Vehicles.
|Pugaz said: (Aug 6, 2019)|
|According to me, yes, the Indian government is ready for EV but it all lies on the people who are gonna by it.
It takes time for them to recognize. As it has good things such as Eco-friendly and less Maintenance but people offer to buy a car that travels fast. And they prefer to be at the time. They need not like wast time in charge.
|Batman said: (Jul 30, 2019)|
|Yes, I think India is ready for electric vehicles as India is a developing country and unlike other developed countries EV will help India to reduce sound and air pollution. We cannot deny the fact that EV are expensive but according to me its an one time investment as there is low maintenance cost as well as the vehicles do not need diesel/petrol. We have been successfully operating electric trains that have saved us a lot of investment so will EVs would do.
Benefits of electric vehicles:
1) low maintenance cost.
2) reduction in pollution.
3) help save diesel and petrol.
INDIA needs electric vehicles. Though its a very expensive thing but doing this has more advantages than disadvantages.
|Aquib said: (Jul 25, 2019)|
|As we are knowing that India is a developing country since our childhood. Since electric vehicles have already been adopted by so many developed countries like Us, China so India must also adopt EVs as they are eco-friendly. EVs produces almost negligible noise which is the major concern with other conventional vehicles.
Since EVs donot use any fuel or liquid additives so there is no any chance of changing any parts of it because of the damage produced by the liquid additives. Also EVs have less parts compared to conventional vehicles so time to time maintenance is not required.
Since India is running electric train from long time before which is very much successful step as it is saving lot of fuel and also avoiding the pollution. So why can't India switch to EVs from conventional vehicles.
As we all know that nothing comes with 100 percent assurity so there are some points of concern also associated with EVs as it requires a large number of set up of electric charging unit. Also EVs do not accelerate at a faster rate. One of the major concern of EVs is the development of high power of battery as it requires a lot of time to get charged killing a lot of time.
|Mahesh said: (Jul 17, 2019)|
|Good evening all of you.
I think my point of view, India is still not ready for electric vehicles because India is still a developing country, not a developed country. There are many other things and factors to be developed in India, for example, there are many villages in India still not getting proper water and electricity. So making a charging station for electric vehicles instead of providing proper electricity to the villages is not appropriate. And also the electric vehicle may run slow and have to charge after some interval of distance travel. So the construction of such number of the electric vehicle charging station is may costly. I know the electric vehicles are eco frindly but we have to charge the electric vehicles so the electricity may consume. And the percentage of electricity and say the share of electricity in India by the thermal power plant is large compare to others. So in thermal power plant because of coal the Nox and so2 formation is there that effect the environment. As nowadays the reuse of flue gases from such power plant may decrease the amount of Nox and so2 gases but I think India has to make a big share of electricity from hydropower plant, wind power plant and nuclear power plant then and then we can think about the electric vehicles. And it takes some more years in India to develop such non-conventional power plant. So I think my point of at this time India is not ready for electric vehicles because to providing electricity to the remote villages is first priority instead of providing an electric charging station for an electric vehicle. Thank you.
|Akshay Mishra said: (Jul 13, 2019)|
|In my opinion, definitely yes as most of the vehicles produce a bad effect on our environment and sound effect as well.
I completely agree with the fact that they are a little expensive than the other vehicle but as there are many companies like Suzuki, Mahindra are working in it to give us a vehicle at a reasonable rate.
1. Eco freindly.
2. Fuel is cheap compare to petrol, diesel, cng.
3. No sound pollution.
& in future, it must to have that kind of vehicle as it saves a lot of thing from ourself as well as from the environment.
|Raviteja said: (Jul 7, 2019)|
|No, India is not ready for electric vehicles because the efficiency of these vehicles is less compare to fuel Vehicles. Electric Vehicles are running very slow and a waste of time.
In other words, they are eco-friendly. They can't release any gases, no sound pollution.
If the efficiency of electric Vehicles is increased it very useful in our society.
|Hardik said: (Jun 25, 2019)|
India is a developing country, and day to day reduce petrol & diesel storage. However, a present life Electric vehicles use will increase & cost will be less. So, India definitely ready for electric vehicles.
|Satyam Kirar said: (Jun 1, 2019)|
|Yes, according to me, India is ready for electric vehicles. As electric vehicles are expensive. But they have a very low maintenance cost and they don't want any type of conventional fuels (diesel or petrol). And electricity is a very clean source of energy and if one wants he can put a solar cell on his rooftop and then it will be a one-time investment and he can save a lot of money. But there is a flow with electric vehicles that their performance is very low and we do not have any fuel station like the conventional fuel station. So if the govt of India can do something can do anything on this problem then there is a very bright future of electric vehicles in India. And as the use of electric vehicles can lead to decrease the pollution and will fairly reduce the cost of transportation for the common men.|
|Jaswant said: (Mar 2, 2019)|
|I don't think that India is ready as of now. To reach to this kind of development, it will at the very minimum take 10 years. There are certain points which I need to put to prove this point. India is a kind of country where people don't easily get into the habit of attempting something out of league. Here perception of people around us matter more. The fall of Nano is a very good example of this. Its not about a vehicle, its about owning a status symbol.
The second thing is that EVs have had a pretty bad public perception owing to the poor initial impressions and performance of the EVs which have till now been introduced in India.
The third major concern is the absence of the EV infrastructure. India is a vast country. To set up the kind of infrastructure required for supporting the EVs on road will definitely take time.
And with these factors in mind there are very less chances that Indian EV market will attract the Carmakers to take this kind of risk.
|Prajakt Vijaykumar Aute said: (Feb 9, 2019)|
|I think it will be great initiative but when we think deeply about the electric cars we will find that petrols car are much better the EV because in now situation we are mostly generating energy by thermal power plant and this seems that we are creating pollution because T.P.P runs by coals and gases and this makes pollution. So, as we will use EV then we will consume more energy and get polluted to environment. So it's good to us electric cars but, when we will produce pollution free energy like nuclear power and hydroelectric power because it is in less amount in India.|
|Mithi said: (Feb 2, 2019)|
I think it will be the best initiative if India will have electric vehicles and ban patrol vehicles. And as Shanmu said electric vehicles are 100% eco friendly.
|Preethi said: (Jan 29, 2019)|
|No, India is not ready for electric vehicles, because proper electricity work stations is not available in India. People must be literates fully. Advanced technologies be taken, everyone should aware of them.|
|Shalini said: (Jan 13, 2019)|
|No. India is not ready for EV because in many cities there is no charging station everywhere. So this is not used in India.|
|Akash Thapa said: (Dec 30, 2018)|
|As we accept that today the price of petrol and pollution increase day by day but the mileage and power give to the engine only by petrol. Which is not given by electric vehicles. Today petrol pump available every where and takes very short time to fill petrol tank of the vehicle. But electric vehicles takes lots of time to recharge. Some time it's seen that electric vehicle are fail to pick more than 6 people due to bad engin quality. And the speed of electric vehicles also a problem for those who want to reach their destination very soon. Now most of the people prefare petrol vehicle rather than EV.|
|Ritu said: (Dec 19, 2018)|
|India have thinking on that electrical vehicles. Because in our India electricity power are not available every where. But we can provide the charging system to vehicles same like as mobile. So people can be use vehicle hole day.
Because in our India the petrol rate and diesel rates are increasing day to day. And also pollution are increasing.
|Prem Khatik said: (Dec 16, 2018)|
|Yes, I think India is ready for EV because the pollution in the metro cities is increasing day by day. The price of petrol and diesel is increasing day by day and for this, we have to use EV. As my friend said that charging station is required so the government is planning for this.|
|Krishna said: (Dec 14, 2018)|
I think India is still in the preparation stage for electric vehicles because.
1. The electric charging stations are not available everywhere in India except for the metropolitan cities like Delhi, Mumbai, and Bengaluru and recently in the upcoming capital Amaravathi by KIA motors. Due to this fact they are not preferable for long distance drives.
2. Initial cost, battery cost, less no of sources for batteries, time for charging are making people not to prefer electric vehicle.
3. In order to reduce pollution in many metropolitan cities like Delhi, Mumbai etc and make eco-friendly.
4. The government has also launched schemes like FAME (faster adoption and manufacturing of electric vehicles) I & II and sanctioned a huge sum of amount for the development of hybrid and electric vehicles by providing subsidies on electric vehicles.
5. Private organizations like Mahindra and Mahindra has also stepped forward by introducing the electric versions like Reva, e2o and by constructing many electric charging stations in the major cities.
6. Recently ola, an online cab booking service has also launched its electric vehicle project in Nagpur in collaboration with Mahindra, as a part of its mission electric programme.
7. Some private organizations are forming partnerships like Mahindra and ford, Suzuki and Toyota to make electric mobility solutions available at an affordable for the Indian consumers.
Electric vehicles in India are still in the developing stage which is being promoted by the government as well as the original equipment manufacturers (automotive industry) in order to make the eco-friendly environment and cost-effective journey for the passengers.
|Pravin said: (Dec 2, 2018)|
|Hi everyone, I have read most of the opinion suggesting that India is not ready for EV because it requires large time to charge and more space for charging stations. But the EV has more advantages that overcome its disadvantages. Yes, it will take time to fully convert to EV but initiative must be required not all over the country but in heritage sites and metro cities. It will come as a start to reduce pollution and other environmental impacts of fossile fuel based vehicles.
|Parth said: (Nov 24, 2018)|
|The country is not ready for an electric vehicle as in India people don't have proper space to walk on roads where the govt will build the charging stations?
As it takes 5-6 hours of charging for the long distance of travelling it would be much wastage of time. This project for India is on the thinking stage the implementation could take more 10-15years.
|Rahul said: (Nov 3, 2018)|
|My answer would be yes. Because population and pollution of India are increasing day by day. Price of petrol and diesel is also increasing day by day. We need to solve these problems by accepting the electric vehicles in our country. We know that it's initial cost is high but it's running cost is very low as compared to petrol or diesel vehicles. Torque t6 is the best ever bike in India and it is the fastest bike in the world, only the cost is high but we can afford this, it's price is only 1.5 lacks rupees. So electric vehicles are the future technology of our country and we have to accept it before time.|
|Ankit said: (Oct 30, 2018)|
|According to me, there is a lot of hope. Reasons are as follows.
1. I see a lot of tuk-tuk three wheelers electric rikshaw out in the city. These vehicles are profitable to run as passanger vehicle.
2. We have a lot of electric vehicle charging stations. And the slow charging issue is being resolved by fast charging technologies.
3. We belong to such a country that never stops before any sudden change. We are habituated to accept changes in every field. Then I must say, that other issues will also be resolved if electrical vehicles are promoted.
|Akansha said: (Oct 23, 2018)|
|No, it's not.
Although electric vehicles are 100 percent eco friendly. They do not emit any harmful gas and is good for environment. It reduces pollution. It is a good idea to introduce electric vehicles in India but India is not ready for this major change and there are many reasons regarding this.
First of all, electric vehicles need large charging stations which is difficult to build at every place of the country. Building charging stations need a lot of space, in India, even now many people don't have a safe place to live so our government should for this cause first. Second reason is that for every 200 km electric vehicles require 5 to 6 hours of charging. So for traveling long distances electric vehicles are not preferred. Even it's speed is also not so high. And if someone is getting late than they will surely not prefer this. Even many areas of our country are still not so developed. They do not have proper electricity supply, in that case charging of vehicle will be a major issue.
So, before installing electric vehicles there is a lot to be done. Only then we can say that India is fully ready for electric vehicles.
|Chaitanya Narkhede said: (Oct 21, 2018)|
|Many reasons have been stated before this post, but I disagree with some of them as I don't think that India is ready for electric vehicles. Some of my friends have stated that because of the population we should move to EVs, but there are many other constraints too that matter a lot like do we have the proper infrastructure like charging points for these vehicles. If it will be planned that the charging stations will be made, then do we have that much area because there are many people in India who still don't have a place to live, the shelter for them. First-of-all, the Indian govt should facilitate them, and then think of EVs until then we can rely on CNGs which is a good option as per the present scenario and also we have CNG filling stations which ready to use.
Another reason why we should not go for EVs is that India is a developing country, so its citizens need speed which these EVs are not able to fulfil. They (public transport EVs) run max at the speed of 45kmph which is not enough. These vehicles need proper maintenance whereas nowadays, various brands are launching vehicles that need minimum maintenance. Also, EVs need minimum 3-4 hrs to charge and also they get discharged after every 200 km. So it's not a deal of profit or any kind of benefit.
So, from my point of view, India is not ready for EVs.
|Swapnil Survase said: (Oct 5, 2018)|
|According to my opinion, India is Ready for EV. Because it is a right time because day by day price of petrol and diesel increases and it is not good for the environment due to an increase in pollution. But the second side is that we have to increase charging station like and use more available solar energy. And everyone has supported him. It will some time but at one day will proud on it. Thank you.|
|Hanuman Singh said: (Sep 26, 2018)|
|According to me, India is not ready for EV because they think that it is a game and use it in a bad way. They drive fast, waste petrol and diesel, create pollution, create an accident, doing traffic jam, and waste people's time who are going to job. So people are not ready for it.
If it is used in the right way, then it will be helpful.
|Diksha said: (Sep 23, 2018)|
I am Diksha.
EV in India is not a good idea because these cover the minimum distance and charging 5to6 hour. Waste the lighting Bill and not satisfied.
I know patrol rate day by day increase but if we are going anywhere and the battery discharge, so we can't do anything but patrol, finished I can fill the tank any petrol pump.
|Ravi Ranjan Kumar said: (Sep 21, 2018)|
|Yes, it's right time for India to develop EV as we all know Price of petrol and diesel is increasing day by day and we have no control on it so why to depend on other countries, Develop EV station to charge it and India is surplus in electricity and solar energy. It will make us get rid of pollution, noise and global warming etc.|
|Payal said: (Sep 8, 2018)|
|India is preparing for electric vehicles. It has been said that by 2030, 30% of the vehicles running on the road will be electric vehicles. Electric vehicles will help in reducing pollution, oil bill that the country has and generating employment. Though the infrastructure required for these vehicles is still being made like charging stations. Since, this is a new project so the cost is very high. Government has launched a scheme called FAME to allow subsidy on various things required for EVs. So, the country not yet ready but is preparing for EVs.|
|Anomi said: (Sep 5, 2018)|
|Ofcourse, India is ready for electrical vehicles. They may be costly but the main advantage is that there will be no pollution as compared to vehicles that runs on fuel. Due to pollution we have health problems, climate change problems etc. Most important thing is to save this earth from this dangerous effect of pollution, for that we need to introduce electrical vehicles.|
|Shubam Gupta said: (Aug 23, 2018)|
|Hellow friends, I'm Shubam.
In my opinion, it is right to say that still, India is not ready for accepting EV. As we know all vehicles like needs fuel anyhow after a certain required time. With fuel vehicles are nothing. In case of gasoline vehicles or gas vehicles, there are petrol pumps or Gas pumps (usually LPG) Is available within Kilometers. But for electric vehicles here is nothing not at all. No charging points are available to expect at our homes. If in case we maintain this, then definitely we say that India is ready for Electric vehicles Otherwise it is like as "SHIP WITHOUT RUDDER".
|Himanshu said: (Aug 21, 2018)|
|I think India need a high performance electric vehicles as here in India vehicles having off-road feature is very essential, as we all are aware of roads here. So, I think we just not need a simple electric vehicle but at the same time, we need an e-car not to show off other. We need it to make our life reliable.|
|Urvi said: (Aug 12, 2018)|
|EV, as we know will help a lot in reducing pollution but they are costly & not soo speedy.
Every one requires speed for reaching there destination point earlier. And rich people are not going to drive these vehicles. Poor will do & they don't have much money for it. So when the drawbacks will be removed I think on that point India will be ready for electric vehicles.
|Shreya said: (Aug 11, 2018)|
|In my opinion, India is not ready for using electronic vehicles yet. Bcs road is not in a proper condition to use ev. And maintance is also difficult. Cost is also too much hight which is not affordable for everyone. And even if you want to go long digstance. So petrol is easly available. But 6 and 7-hour charging totally difficult for us.|
|Abhijit said: (Aug 9, 2018)|
|NITI AAYOG is mulling over giving a target to state public transporters to deploy a certain percentage of electric vehicles in their new orders, while it will refrain from coming out with a policy on electric vehicles.
As per an estimate, India at present has 1 to 1.5 lakh electric vehicles and it is projected to grow to about 5 per cent of the total vehicles in the next five years. Of the about 24 million vehicles sold in India in 2017-18, electric vehicles accounted for barely about 1 per cent.
Indian govt sets the deadline for all internal combustion engine by 2030.
Energy Efficiency Services Limited (EESL) and the government has decided to procure electric cars from manufacturers in India and make them available.
Mahindra was already launched e20plus and eVerito in India.
|Aditya Mahakode said: (Aug 3, 2018)|
|According to my point of view.
India is not ready to EVs right now. Because of the cost & certain limitations in transport system. As the cost is high of EVs, people are not aware about the same. The launching models of EVs need to do some improvement for better performance. As we can travel with petrol /diesel vehicle as long much we can due to easy process of filling petrol n diesel while on other side we can't go more than 250 km in single charging time was almost 6-7 hrs even if we replace the batteries the cost and weight of vehicles will goes on increasing.
|Rajesh said: (Aug 2, 2018)|
According to me, electric vehicle is needed for everyone because it reduce cost of fuel, avoid noise, and it producted for pollution. So, electric vehicle is good for every people.
|Vishal said: (Aug 1, 2018)|
|I didn't think that India is ready for electric vehicles as there is a lot of traffic in India so it's difficult to provide the electric vehicle facilities and as well as the cost of electric vehicles is also high as it runs on electricity it is rather costly than petrol, diesel because you not only drive the vehicle with electricity but you may use other vehicle facilities too or else if you go a long drive then it will cost you so much in your bill that comes from the electric car, so until any good scheme with less money on this electric vehicle will launch we must use the regular petrol, diesel-run vehicles only.
Instead of that, it will reduce the pollution level in the atmosphere and the government will not money afford much on reducing the level of pollution by gadgets.
|Anishka said: (Aug 1, 2018)|
|In my point of view, Today's scenario regarding the facilities of road and vehicles, India is not yet ready for running an electric vehicle. As many of the big cities has now turned into the smart cities so by using This technology, It would really be beneficial for our country only when better road with less traffic is maintained. It is one of the best way to reduce pollution as well as it will improve digitalization providing better efficiency in less time.|
|Mayank said: (Jul 31, 2018)|
|Hello, friends, I'm Mayank.
In my opinion, India is not ready for EV (electric vehicle) As EV require charging centre for charging their battery and it requires a lot of time, whereas petrol filling time is very less, so it will not be easy for people to move to EVs.
As there is no infrastructure (charging centre, EV vehicle maintenance centre etc) in India for EVs it is one of major reason. EVs are not considered good for long distances as they require charging of 5to 6hours after every 200 km drive.
Most important India is already failing in producing EVs and Making them drive on road by providing proper services even in a single city.
|Shanmu said: (Jul 31, 2018)|
|Among the world's 20 most polluted cities, India is in 13th position.
So we have to use the Electric Vehicles to change this.
Electric Vehicles are 100 per cent eco-friendly. They do not emit toxic gases or smoke in the environment which leads to global warming and helps to reduce pollution. It requires less maintenance than conventional vehicles as there are fewer fluids to change and fewer moving parts.
Is India ready for Electric Vehicles?
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