Transport is a necessity in modern life, but the traditional combustion engine is quickly becoming obsolete. The world is shifting to more environmentally friendly and sustainable alternatives such as biodiesel and renewable diesel, natural gas, battery electric, hydrogen fuel cell, and so on. Changing the fuel in transportation machinery will be a significant change and a significant step toward reducing carbon footprints. The presentation of a new study on energy balances at the 14th Congress of the World Energy Conference on World energy perspectives 2000-2020 in relation to India's New Delhi Conference in 1983 was seen as a watershed moment. There is now a widespread belief that the energy crisis is a thing of the past, and that we consumers need only profit from favorable market conditions that appear to be here to stay for the foreseeable future. Transport is a necessity in modern life, but the traditional combustion engine is quickly becoming obsolete. Vehicles that run on gasoline or diesel emit a lot of pollution and are being phased out in favor of all-electric vehicles. We must comprehend the international scenario in order to comprehend the surrounding environment and market flows.
Electric Vehicles, Carbon emissions, Indian Prospective. Electric Battery
Shreya Sejwal "Electric Vehicles: An Economic Indian Overview" Iconic Research And Engineering Journals Volume 6 Issue 10 2023 Page 267-277
Shreya Sejwal "Electric Vehicles: An Economic Indian Overview" Iconic Research And Engineering Journals, 6(10)