ATLANTIC AREA CONFERENCE TOUR
REPUTE PROJECT (RENEWABLE ENERGY IN PUBLIC
TRANSPORT ENTERPRISE)
15TH JUNE 2015, LA ROCHELLE...
INDIA
2
A major increase in emissions by India
 India has been a major emitter of carbon di oxide emissions and
needs to curb the...
Emissions from Transport
More than 7.5% of the total emissions are from transport sector
94.3 93.9 96.5 98.2
102.2 101.6
1...
Need for Electromobility in India
 Reduce the carbon footprint
 A drive towards sustainable means of transport
 Noisele...
ElectroMobility Plan 2020 - India
 India has come up with National Electric Mobility Mission Plan 2020
(NEMMP 2020)
 Pla...
Initiatives: E-Vehicles
E-Rickshaws
 Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Bill: Established battery-powered e-
rickshaws as a valid...
Solar Electric Hybrid Scooter
Source: ETI
8
Financial Push to ramp up number of EVs on roads
 India may spend 200 million Euros over the next two years (till
2017) o...
Faster Adoption and Manufacture of Electric Vehicles -
India
(FAME India)
 A detailed scheme “FAME India” (Faster Adoptio...
Outlay of FAME Scheme from 2015 - 2017
Components of the scheme 2015-16 INR crores (million
Euros)
2016-17
Technology Plat...
Incentives under FAME India
 A detailed incentive scheme under “FAME India” is tabulated
below:
 `
Vehicle Segment Minim...
Pilot Projects under consideration by Department of Heavy
Industries
 Running pure electric vehicles (7 seater) in the la...
A move towards “Sustainability”
is a move towards “Livability”
14
THANK YOU
15
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Electromobilité en Inde, Rajnish Ahuja, Pahle India Foundation, New Delhi

  1. 1. ATLANTIC AREA CONFERENCE TOUR REPUTE PROJECT (RENEWABLE ENERGY IN PUBLIC TRANSPORT ENTERPRISE) 15TH JUNE 2015, LA ROCHELLE Rajnish Ahuja Associate Fellow, Pahle India Foundation ELECTROMOBILITY IN INDIA
  2. 2. INDIA 2
  3. 3. A major increase in emissions by India  India has been a major emitter of carbon di oxide emissions and needs to curb the same 348.6 690.6 920.0 1186.7 1411.1 2008.8 0.0 500.0 1000.0 1500.0 2000.0 2500.0 1980 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 CO2emissions(milliontonnes) Carbon dioxide emissions 3
  4. 4. Emissions from Transport More than 7.5% of the total emissions are from transport sector 94.3 93.9 96.5 98.2 102.2 101.6 111.7 119.4 130.9 146.6 161.5 169.9 0.0 20.0 40.0 60.0 80.0 100.0 120.0 140.0 160.0 180.0 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 millionmetrictons Emissions from Transport 4
  5. 5. Need for Electromobility in India  Reduce the carbon footprint  A drive towards sustainable means of transport  Noiseless transport  To cut down on the import subsidy bill for petroleum  To improve upon the air quality across the country  Air pollution is the fifth leading cause of death in India after high blood pressure, indoor air pollution, tobacco smoking and poor nutrition, with about 620,000 premature deaths occurring from air pollution-related diseases in 2013 5
  6. 6. ElectroMobility Plan 2020 - India  India has come up with National Electric Mobility Mission Plan 2020 (NEMMP 2020)  Plans to introduce 6-7 million electric vehicles on the road by 2020  For the same, a mechanism has been developed for speedy decision making empowered bodies at the apex level in the form of National Council for Electric Mobility and National Board for Electric Mobility  The Department of Heavy industries of India will provide viability gap funding through subvention to support the extra cost of acquisition and operation of these vehicles by state governments or designated bodies.  In the first phase, a pilot project to provide last mile connectivity to the Delhi Metro through electric passenger vehicles, has been approved. All the other states have been brought on board and different states have already appointed nodal officers to co-ordinate with DHI and vehicle manufacturers for the implementation of those pilot projects 6
  7. 7. Initiatives: E-Vehicles E-Rickshaws  Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Bill: Established battery-powered e- rickshaws as a valid form of commercial transport  Paving the way for their operation in the country Solar Electric Hybrid Scooter  One of the companies called ETI Dynamics has showcased a prototype of its solar electric hybrid scooter which comes with a canopy of bendable solar panel  Provides some shade to the rider and also power the vehicle  The prototype can be charged on the go and can travel for more than 50 km on a single charge at a top speed of 45 kmph  It can revolutionize the electric vehicle market in India which has been limited largely to cars 7
  8. 8. Solar Electric Hybrid Scooter Source: ETI 8
  9. 9. Financial Push to ramp up number of EVs on roads  India may spend 200 million Euros over the next two years (till 2017) on incentives and subsidies for makers and buyers of electric vehicles as part of an effort to have at least six million electric vehicles on the country’s roads by 2020  Total spend of 3430 million Euros by 2020  The government expects the electric vehicles to help the country save 2.2 million tonnes (mt) to 2.5 mt of liquid fuel, valued around Rs.14,000-15,000 crore (2000 – 2020 million euros).  Will reduce country’s carbon dioxide emissions by up to 1.5%.  The policy would help facilitate sales of at least 800,000 electric vehicles, led by the sale of two- and three-wheelers 9
  10. 10. Faster Adoption and Manufacture of Electric Vehicles - India (FAME India)  A detailed scheme “FAME India” (Faster Adoption and Manufacture of Electric Vehicles in India) based on NEMMP 2020  FAME India scheme with an outlay of 113.5 million Euros has been launched for the initial two years – Phase I (2015-17) The scheme would cover the following areas:  Cities under “Smart Cities” initiatives.  Major metro agglomerations – Delhi NCR, Greater Mumbai, Kolkatta, Chennai, Bengaluri, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad.  All State and other Urban Agglomerations/Cities with 1 million+population (as per 2011 census)  Cities of the North Eastern States  Will cover all vehicle segments i.e. two, three and four wheelers, cars, LCVs, Buses etc and all forms of hybrid(Mild/Strong/Plug-in) and pure electric vehicles. 10
  11. 11. Outlay of FAME Scheme from 2015 - 2017 Components of the scheme 2015-16 INR crores (million Euros) 2016-17 Technology Platform (Including testing infrastructure) 70 cr (10) 120 cr (17.1) Demand Incentives 155 cr (22.1) 340 cr (48.6) Charging Infrastructure 10 cr (1.4) 20 cr (2.9) Pilot Projects 20 cr (2.9) 50 cr (7.1) IEC/Operations 5 cr (0.7) 5 cr (0.7) Total (Rs.) 260 cr (37.1) 535 cr (76.4) Grand Total (Rs.) 795 cr (113.6) 11
  12. 12. Incentives under FAME India  A detailed incentive scheme under “FAME India” is tabulated below:  ` Vehicle Segment Minimum incentive (INR) Maximum incentive (INR) 2 wheeler scooter 1800 22,000 Motorcycle 3500 29,000 3 wheeler Autorikshaw 3300 61,000 4 wheeler cars 11,000 1,38,000 LCVs 17,000 1,87,000 Bus 30,00,000 66,00,000 Retro Fitment Category 15 % or INR 30,000 if reduction in fuel consumption is 10-30% 30 % of Kit price or INR 90,000 if reduction in fuel consumption is more than 30 % 12
  13. 13. Pilot Projects under consideration by Department of Heavy Industries  Running pure electric vehicles (7 seater) in the last 2 Kms at Taj Mahal (Agra)  Pure Electric 2 wheeler vehicles for home delivery (Dominos, KFCs etc)  Pure electric 3 wheelers/small 4 wheelers for fruit and vegetable distribution and garbage disposal etc.  Electric cars for taxi fleets, corporate hire and rental scheme use etc.  Last mile connectivity from metro stations.  Hybrid and electric buses for public transport and creation of clean air islands for selected areas Local manufacturing of vehicles will lead to employment generation direct (job creation of 60 to 65 thousand + indirect job creation in components like battery, motors, power electronic devices etc. totaling 0.25 to 0.3 million) 13
  14. 14. A move towards “Sustainability” is a move towards “Livability” 14
  15. 15. THANK YOU 15

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