India is rapidly adopting many changes to pace up the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and environment of the nation. The Government as well as big companies are trying to implement new initiatives to change the world’s experience. The introduction of Electric Vehicles (EVs) is one of them. To level up the experience of EVs, the government has launched the e-AMRIT portal.
What is e-AMRIT?
e-AMRIT stands for Accelerated e-Mobility Revolution for India’s Transportation. The initiatives were proposed by COP 26 President Rt Hon’ble Alok Sharma, the Vice Chairman of NITI Aayog Mr. Suman Bery, and the CEO of NITI Aayog Mr. Parameswaran Iyer.
It is an app or a portal that provides customers with all the essential data. Such as engagement tools that allow users to evaluate the advantages of electric automobiles. The mobile app is available on the Google Play Store or users can visit their website (www.e-amrit.niti.gov.in).
The users can get access to many features under this app as shown in the following picture.
At the launch of the EV initiatives, the CEO of NITI Aayog emphasized that the EV ecosystem’s quick development, the industry’s increased participation, international collaboration, and helpful government policies will support India’s EV adoption to grow exponentially over the coming ten years.
“India’s revolutionary mobility paradigm is primarily driven by electrification of the transportation infrastructure. Building India’s new green infrastructure will require a multi-fold increase in public as well as private capital flows”, the NITI Aayog Vice Chairman addressed the delegation in his remarks.
The goal of E-Amrit is to support government efforts to educate the public about EVs and the advantages of shifting to EVs. India has recently undertaken a number of steps to accelerate the country’s adoption of electric mobility and the emission reductions of transportation.