India can reduce 37% of carbon emissions and save 64% of projected land based energy demand by 2030 by the successful implementation of shared, electric and connected mobility future. This in all will reduce close to 150million ton in Diesel and petrol consumption for that year, saving close to Rs.4 lakh crore. The cumulative saving between the period 2017 to 2030 will be 876Million ton of petrol and diesel which accounts for Rs. 22 lakh crore or USD 330 billion but most importantly 1 gigatonne for carbon-dioxide emissions.
In addition to reducing energy demand, other benefits would include lower congestion as shared, public, and non-motorized mode of transportation serve an increased share of mobile demand. With public transportation running on electricity or lower carbon emission fuels, this would indirectly lead to improved public health. This has significant implications for India’s electricity sector and economy, supporting India’s ambitious renewable energy goals while saving money, providing jobs, and strengthening Indian industry.
The Economic Times Smart Mobility Summit scheduled for the 4th of December at the Taj Mahal Hotel, Delhi, will focus on Hybrid Electric vehicles, Alternate Fuels, , Intelligent Transportation System, Traffic Safety & Security, Mass transportation, Road Infrastructure & Construction.
From the industry some eminent leaders speaking at The Economic Times – Smart Mobility Summit
- Amitabh Kant, CEO, NITI Aayog
- Dr Kamal Soi – Member at National Road Safety Council – Ministry of Road Transport & Highways
- Greg Moran, Co-Founder & CEO – Zoomcar
- Utpal Deka, Smart Cities Mission National Team Leader – Capacity Building for Urban Development in India
- Manish Agarwal, Business Head Unit, Mobility Management, Siemens
- Murty NSN, Partner & Leader – Smart Cities, PwC India
- Chetan Maini, vice-chairman, SUN Mobility
- KK Sharma, Former Chairman, EESL
- Arun Malhotra, Corporate Advisor Nissan motors
- Kaushik Madhavan, Director – Mobility, Middle East, North Africa & South Asia, Frost & Sullivan
Be the first to comment