Electric Mobility

Making the move to electric mobility requires a carefully planned strategy that envisions the merging of the transportation and energy sectors and re-envisions relationships between people and vehicles.

It will need an ecosystem approach that is relevant to the local context, with policymakers, regulators and other stakeholders identifying the technologies and approaches that best fit the Indian scenario. Additionally, a new industrial ecosystem is currently underway – unravelling opportunities for economic resilience, resource efficiency, innovation and R&D. With the diffusion of electric vehicle technology in India, upcoming and established firms have begun launching new products, services and business models to increase their competitiveness.

Electric mobility is often considered as a mere change in fuel source within existing transportation systems. Yet, the opportunity is far greater, provided barriers to mass electric vehicle adoption (e.g. capital cost, vehicle range and access to charging infrastructure) are actively resolved. In addition, the intrinsic connections between electric transportation and the energy sector offer unique opportunities to leverage the ongoing clean energy transition in India.

 

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EV TCO Evaluator

TOTAL COST OF OWNERSHIP EVALUATOR

Access our TCO EValuator that allows you to compare and contrast the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) of electric two-wheelers, three-wheelers, cars and buses against their Internal Combustion Engine (ICE) counterpart.

  • The TCO EValuator takes into account the various cost components and usage details of a vehicle during the period of utilization and provides you with a TCO/ km for acquiring and using the vehicle.
  • You can input capital and operations costs in the sheet (in various currencies and measurement systems) to determine the effect of various components on the TCO of a vehicle.

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Methodology

WRI India Ross Center adopts a four-pronged strategy to advance the electric mobility agenda in India -

  • Learning and knowledge dissemination across the entire ecosystem discussing issues of technology transition, business models and global best practices distilled with local insights.
  • Informing policy discussions at the national and state-level.

  • Provide hand-holding support to 6 states & cities on EV policy planning, development and implementation.

  • Supporting cities to adopt electric buses as part of their public transport fleet.

ONGOING WORK

ONGOING WORK

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