COP26 & India’s EV Revolution: Launch of E-Amrit Electric Vehicle Web Portal

e-amrit electric vehicle web portal launched at cop26 summit in UK by PM narendra modi as a part of India EV revolution

Along with the UK Green Guarantee of 750 million pounds, India Launched ‘E-Amrit” web portal a one-stop destination for all information on electric vehicles in India.

Highlights:

  • UK announced 750 million pounds for all the green projects in India
  • E-Amrit, all in one EV India web portal launched in COP26 summit.
  • PM Modi presented 5 ‘Amrit-Tatva’ for electric vehicles India.

The Cop26 summit held in Glasgow made headlines across the world. India launched ‘E-Amrit’ at the COP26 summit held in Glasgow, UK. E-Amrit is a web portal on Electric Vehicles in India to bust the myths about EVs and to make people aware of the price and use benefits of Electric vehicles.
Even in the Indian context, the cop26 summit can be considered as one of the most important summits of the year and the credit here will go to UK PM Boris Johnson. At the summit, it was clearly stated by the British PM that the UK would provide an “India Green Guarantee” to the World Bank. This will lead to unlocking an additional 750 million pounds for all the green projects which would be done across India.

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‘E-Amrit’ EV India web portal launch

E-Amrit, a web portal on electric vehicles in India was launched during COP26 summit Glasgow, UK with an aim to bust the myths about EVs and to spread awareness about electric vehicles in India.

e-Amrit website for electric vehicles in India launched at cop26 by PM Modi
e-Amrit web portal launch at COP26 summit

E-Amrit EV website portal is a one-stop destination for all the information on electric vehicles in India, designed to create awareness and bust myths about EV adoption. 

The web portal on EVs is developed by NITI Ayog under a collaborative knowledge exchange programme with the Government of the UK as a part of the UK-India Joint Roadmap 2030.

Web Portal NameE-Amrit EV web portal India
Official websitehttps://e-amrit.niti.gov.in/home
E-Amrit web portal for EVs India

E-Amrit web portal intends to aware consumers of the benefits of switching to electric mobility as public and private transportation by showcasing the supportive government policies and incentives for EV adoption in India.

The web portal is designed in a way to easily make people aware of earlier government policies like FAMEIi and PLI in a much more interactive way.

NITI Aayog promises further updates in the web portal with more features and tools to make the transition awareness more interactive and user-friendly.

E-AMRIT ( Accelerated e-Mobility Revolution for India’s Transportation) portal on EVs has been developed mainly to carter the problem of awareness barrier for EV adoption in India.

features of e-amrit electric vehicle web portal launched during cop26 summit in UK
Features included in the E-Amrit web portal launched during the cop26 summit in UK

Some notable features in the E-Amrit web portal for EVs are:

  • Busting common electric vehicle myths.
  • Vehicle types, financing and insurance options.
  • Information on incentives and subsidies on purchase of EVs.
  • Business models for manufacturers.
  • Electric vehicle charing cost.
  • EV charging station locator.

With all the giants currently ruling the Indian vehicle sector present at the summit, they presented a roadmap for transforming two-third of new vehicles to be fully run by electricity by 2030.
While speaking at the event Naveen Munjal, the managing director of Hero Electric Vehicle said “There’s a tremendous opportunity ahead of us.

There’s a long way to go. That whole supply chain has to be built up, the ecosystem has to be built up, the manufacturing capabilities have to come in. Once we begin to see that change, the change is going to be faster than what anybody expected”.

COP26 summit: PM Modi’s 5 “Amrit-Tatva’

PM Modi too took the platform and made a promise of reducing emissions by 2030. He presented the 5 “Amrit-Tatva” to the world at the Cop26 summit to which he called “Panchamrit”. 

Five Values by PM Modi: “Amrit-Tatva”

PM Modi said, “ At this global brainstorming on climate change, PMO India Narendra Modi presented 5 ‘Amrit-Tatva’ from India.

Here are five values mentioned by Narendra Modi at the COP26 summit:

  • Net zero by 2070
  • 500GW of non-fossil fuels by 2030
  • Cutting carbon emissions by 1 billion tonnes
  • Reducing carbon intensity by 45%
  • Climate finance
five values presented by narendra modi at cop26 summit in UK which is called as amrit-tatva
PM Modi’s five values presented at cop26 summit in the UK

First, India will bring its non-fossil energy capacity to 500 GW by 2030. Second, by 2030, India will fulfill 50 percent of its energy requirement through renewable energy. Third, India will cut down its net projected carbon emission by 1 billion tons from now until 2030. Fourth, by 2030 India will bring down the carbon intensity of its economy by more than 45 percent. Fifth, by 2070 India will achieve the target of ‘net zero’”.

What is e-Amrit?

e-Amrit is an electric vehicle web portal in India, launched during the COP26 summit in UK. E-Amrit EV website portal is a one-stop destination for all the information on electric vehicles in India, designed to create awareness and bust myths about EV adoption. 

What are the features of the e-Amrit website?

E-Amrit web portal is a one-stop destination for all the information on electric vehicles in India, some notable features include:
Busting common electric vehicle myths.
Vehicle types, financing, and insurance options.
Information on incentives and subsidies on the purchase of EVs.
Business models for manufacturers.
Electric vehicle charging cost.
EV charging station locator.

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