Even though the price of EV car is high, but there is a tremendous trend among the people towards it. This is the reason that every category of EV has seen a jump of up to 800 percent in the sales of vehicles. According to Nitin Gadkari, 17 lakh EVs have been registered in India in the year 2022.
Electric Vehicle (EV) prices in the coming days petrol car The cheaper it will be. There is no waiting for many days in this because its result has started showing in one year itself. This is to say of Union Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari. Speaking at an event, Gadkari also told that the government has a detailed plan to run electric buses across the country, on which work is being done fast. Right now the price of EV car is higher than that of petrol or diesel variants, which is why people are hesitant to buy. The second reason is the lack of charging points. In cities, the situation is better, but outside the city, extensive work is going on on it.
Even though the price of EV car is high, but there is a tremendous trend among the people towards it. This is the reason that every category of EV has seen a jump of up to 800 percent in the sales of vehicles. According to Nitin Gadkari, 17 lakh EVs have been registered in India in the year 2022. On the other hand 1.5 lakh buses in the country are used for transport of which 93% are diesel and most of them are outdated and unfit. Now the government has made arrangements to improve the buses and they will be converted into electric buses. This step is necessary for zero carbon emissions.
Hydrogen buses will run across the country
Gadkari said that rapid work is being done on hydrogen-powered cars in the country, in future such vehicles will be seen running on the roads. At present, hydrogen gas is being made from three processes – black hydrogen, brown hydrogen and green hydrogen. Coal is used for black hydrogen, petrol for brown hydrogen and water for green hydrogen. The future of green hydrogen is the brightest in the country, in which billions of rupees have been invested. Many big companies are working in this direction.
Pune-Nagpur journey in 9 hours
Nitin Gadkari told that in the coming time it will take less time than before to go from Nagpur to Pune and the journey will be completed in 9 hours. The Nagpur-Mumbai Samridhi highway will be connected to Chhatrapati Sambhajinagar through the newly proposed Pune-Chhatrapati Sambhajinagar (Aurangabad) Access Control Green Expressway to reduce the hassles faced by commuters while traveling from Nagpur to Pune. In his tweets, Gadkari said that this road will be built by the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) with a completely new alignment. The journey from Nagpur to Pune by road currently takes around 14 hours, but it will come down to 9 hours.
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