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NITI Aayog member says 93 percent increase in electric vehicle charging infrastructure in 2022 as compared to a year ago

Randhir Singh, Director, Electric Mobility and Senior Team Member for Advanced Chemistry Cell Program, NITI Aayog, said, “It is important to build a sustainable and secure model. We cannot afford to flood the market with untested chargers, substandard quality vehicles and battery packs that have not been tested properly.”

Randhir Singh, Director, Electric Mobility and Senior Team Member for Advanced Chemistry Cell Program, NITI Aayog, said, “It is important to build a sustainable and secure model. We cannot afford to flood the market with untested chargers, substandard quality vehicles and battery packs that have not been tested properly.”

Randhir Singh, Director, Electric Mobility and Senior Team Advanced Chemistry Cell Program Member, NITI Aayog.

“Going ahead at this pace, it reflects the remarkable growth trajectory the country has to offer in this sector. There are radical changes taking place in the industry, and more will emerge in the next 2-3 months, especially in the two-wheeler segment.” He told the participants at the Karnataka Electric Vehicle Conference 2022 organized by Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) in Bengaluru on 22nd September.

Emphasizing on the importance of quality and sustainability, he said, “It is important to create a sustainable and safe model. We cannot afford to flood the market with untested chargers, substandard quality vehicles and battery packs that have not been tested properly.”

Arjun M. Ranga, Chairman, CII Karnataka and Director, NR Group and Managing Director, Cycle Pure Agarbatti, said, “A huge wealth of data is being created through EVs, which will help us to better understand and understand the sector. Will help in working on further progress. Inclusion of EVs in the public transport fleet will be beneficial to create a strong ecosystem and enable further growth of the sector.”

CII Karnataka Power and Infrastructure Panel convener N. According to Venu, the need for higher capital expenditure in the EV sector has been one of the major challenges for entrepreneurs and EV enthusiasts.

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