The usage of electric cars has been made essential for cab firms and food delivery services. For this, the Delhi government would establish a new policy. The Delhi administration has given the people 60 days to express their views on the proposal.
According to Environment Minister Gopal Rai, the measure would provide the aggregator business the drive it needs to become more environmentally friendly. Aggregators and delivery services will be required to incorporate 10% of all new two-wheelers and 5% of all new four-wheelers in their fleets under this policy. After that, in the next three months, electric vehicles will be required for 50% of new two-wheelers and 25% of all new two-wheelers.
According to Gopal Rai, the Delhi government would file a submission to the Commission for Air Quality Management, requesting that other states in the National Capital Region (NCR) region follow suit. Delivery, an e-commerce logistics firm, has altered the vehicle pattern in Delhi.
Cab travel is become more common than bus, bike, and auto rickshaw transport. It transports the majority of people. Its business in the country is likewise steadily growing. The Delhi Electric Vehicle Policy 2020 has been developed in compliance with the regulations given out, according to the government announcement. This policy seeks to promote electric vehicles in the riding sector in a time-bound way.
The country's vehicle market is about to undergo a significant transformation. Because of the rising cost of gasoline and diesel, sales of Electric Vehicles (EV) are increasing. As a result, several automakers are preparing to introduce electric versions of current cars, as well as new models in this market.