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Transport Sector Stakeholder Consultation| Session 2 Towards Decarbonization of Urban Transport


Publication Year: 2020

Author(s): World Resources Institute (WRI)

Abstract:

Electric mobility is no longer a want, but a necessity for decarbonizing the urban transport sector. Meeting India’s electric mobility goals requires a mix of battery swapping and charging infrastructure, increased in-house production of sub-systems, enhanced revenue sources, rebalancing of expenditures within state and city budgets and fare adjustment. In this video, Dr O.P. Agarwal, CEO, WRI India, sets the context followed by a brief presentation by Subrata Chakrabarty, Senior Manager, Climate Program, WRI India on the current status of the urban transport sector in India and the low-carbon policy scenarios designed using the EPS tool. The session also elucidated the need for harnessing the decarbonization potential of electric buses through cost parity, improved tendering, and operational efficiency.

Country: India

Publisher/Organisation: World Resources Institute (WRI)

Rights: World Resources Institute (WRI)

URL:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1KFel0Q5Wj8

Theme: Vehicle Technology | Subtheme: Electric vehicles

Tags: Electric mobility, Urban transport, World Resources Institute, WRI, Urban transportation, Electric mobility, Decarbonization

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