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Highlights of Uttar Pradesh EV Policy 2018 – Incentives, Subsidies, Exemptions of UP Electric Vehicle Policy

Objectives of the Policy To establish Uttar Pradesh as preferred destination for attracting investments in manufacturing of Electric Vehicles (EV). To create employment opportunities both from supply side and demand side. To create a conducive environment for shift from Internal Combustion (IC) engines to Electric Vehicles (EVs). To encourage use of Hybrid EVs in Uttar […]

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Highlights of Maharashtra EV Policy (2018) – Incentives, Subsidies, Exemptions of Electric Vehicle Policy

The Maharashtra state government cabinet has given its nod to the state’s Electric Vehicle Policy 2018. A notificationissued by the state government stated that all three segments of the electric vehicle (EV) sector – manufacturing, creation of infrastructure, and consumers – are accounted for in the policy. The policy aims at creating an enabling environment for […]

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Highlights of Kerala EV Policy (2017-2018) – Incentives, Subsidies, Exemptions of Electric Vehicle Policy

Kerala has come up with an e-mobility (EV) policy that promotes electric buses and e-autorickshaws. The aim is to introduce public transport that reduces air pollution. It has announced its mission of full electrification of all types of motor vehicles by 2030. EV Targets 2022: 1 million EVs on the road 2020: Pilot Fleet of […]

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Highlights of Karnataka EV Policy (2017-2018) – Incentives, Subsidies, Exemptions of Electric Vehicle Policy

Objective of Policy To maintain the lead share of Karnataka as a preferred destination for attracting investments in manufacture of electric vehicle To attract investment of Rs. 31,000 crores and create employment opportunity to 55,000 persons both from supply and demand side To create a conductive environment for transition to electric vehicle environment from ICE […]

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Global MOVE Summit 2018 – Highlights, Policy Announcements, Insights, Investments…

The MOVE Global Mobility Summit on Sept 7th & 8th had 2200 participants including government, industry, research organization & academia around the world. Prime Minister Narendra Modi Inaugrated the Event on sept 7th 2018. The summit covered Core conclave, digital exhibition, mobility week with featured events and a variety of stakeholder consultations. Policy Mobility in […]

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Is Wind Power Really This Cheap? And Are Indian Wind OEMs Really that Innocent?

Is Wind Power Really This Cheap? And Are Indian Wind OEMs Really that Innocent?

OK, we all heard the latest on wind power – Rs 3.46/kWh was the tariff arrived at in the competitive bidding held by SECI. Expectedly, there are a number of industry honchos who are not convinced that Rs 3.46/kWh is a sustainable tariff. Of course, the loudest of them all is the IWTMA (Indian Wind […]

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Posted in: Onshore Wind, Policies and Regulations, Wind Energy

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Wind industry looking forward to wind-solar hybrid policy to thrive

At the recent 750 MW Rewa solar park auction in Madhya Pradesh, solar tariffs witnessed a dramatic crash. Levelized tariff for 25 years hit the record low of of Rs.3.29/kWh — a full Rs. 1 lower than previous record of Rs.4.34/KWh at a Rajasthan auction in Jan 2016. The low for first year tariff was […]

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Posted in: Policies and Regulations, Solar Energy, Solar Photovoltaic, Wind Energy

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It’s Odd Even IIT-educated Politicians Can’t See Beyond Obvious – The Case of Delhi’s Odd-Even Rule

  Delhi’s Odd-Even Oddly Doesn’t Even Address the Root of the Problem, if Research Data are to be believed. I read an interesting take in Financial Express on the actual problems that result in Delhi’s air pollution (written by PP Sangal, a UN Consultant and former director of CSO – ISS). This shows why the […]

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Posted in: New Delhi, Policies and Regulations, Pollution, Society and Community, Transportation, Waste Management

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Doubling Renewables by 2030 will Boost Global GDP by up to USD 1.3 Trillion – IRENA REPORT

Savings would be up to 15 times higher than costs, thanks to avoided expenditures on air pollution and climate change Berlin, Germany, 17 March 2016 – Doubling the share of renewables in the global energy mix by 2030 can save up to USD 4.2 trillion annually by 2030 – 15 times more than the costs […]

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Posted in: Climate Change, Energy Investments, International, Policies and Regulations, Pollution

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Should India Say WTF to WTO? India’s Solar DCR, US and WTO Ruling.

  I have always maintained that in the context of solar, the Indian government wants the cake and eat it too. Our government wants solar power plant installation to grow at a rapid pace, which can happen only if solar power becomes cost competitive. In order for solar power to be cost competitive, the panels and inverters […]

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