A THREE PHASE APPROACH TO ELECTRIC MOBILITY

The National Institution for Transforming India, also called NITI Aayog, a Government of India policy think-tank setup by our Prime Minister has declared that Accelerated adoption of electric and shared vehicles could save $60 billion in diesel and petrol costs while cutting down as much as 1 gigatonne (GT) of carbon emissions for India by 2030.

NITI Aayog and RMI identified near-term, actionable solutions
to support transformative path of India to a new mobility future with a change model based on economic viability and experimentation.

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NITI AYOG : “National Institution for Transforming India”, is a Government of India policy think-tank established by the BJP government to replace the Planning Commission which followed the top-down model.

RMI : Rocky Mountain Institute. transforms global energy use to create a clean, prosperous, and secure low-carbon future.

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It is interesting to understand actionable solution and approach towards Mobility Mission . India has taken a big step towards MISSION POSSIBLE with a transformative change , with renewable approach and with a sustainable thought. This will change entire automotive industry , this will change all future plans and strategies of OEMS, Suppliers, Consultancy and IT companies related to Automotive Sector.

Let’s have a look at

THREE PHASE APPROACH TO ELECTRIC MOBILITY

Thought of three phase approach is presented in following images. Look at graphics and think on it. Complete strategy of transformation. Isn’t it ?

We need to go from here

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Schematic (from NITI Aayog) showing how building on India’s existing supporting conditions can set the country’s trajectory towards an advanced mobility future that is affordable, clean, safe, and accessible, leapfrogging the traditional mobility paradigm​.

 

  • FURTHER EVIDENCE : India is well positioned for a mobility transformation  
  1. Currently nonmotorized transportation (i.e., walking and biking) and
    public transportation represent a large share of all trips taken in India
    (roughly 66% in 2007).
  2. Auto ownership in India remains low, with only 18 cars per 1,000 citizens                (China has nearly 69, while the U.S. has 786 cars).

 

  • Action Plan to Accelerate Progress : ( 2017-19…………. 2020-23…………2024-32 )
Picture1Source : NITI Ayog

A series of structural reforms and policy interventions follow to support mode integration, smart urban planning, and data aggregation, while
providing manufacturers and consumers with appropriate incentives that continue seeding the xEV market.

As manufacturer push and consumer pull help grow market segments, infrastructure and production capabilities develop in tandem, paving the way for innovative business models and policies to emerge towards the end of Phase 1, setting the stage for faster scaling in Phases 2 and 3.

PictureSource : NITI Ayog

PHASE 1 : 2017-2019 “NOTCHING THE ARROW”

  • Prioritizes solutions that are already economic and capable of rapid scaling
  • Cultivating solutions that are nearly economic

PHASE 2 : 2020  2023 ” DRAWING THE BOW”

  • Opportunities that were introduced in Phase 1 are being refined and scaled

PHASE 3 : 2024-2032 ” LETTING THE ARROW FLY”

  • More opportunities become economic and scale to the national level

 

  • ACTIONABLE SOLUTIONS :

The following solutions are not exhaustive. Rather, they are designed to create
a diverse set of opportunities to establish competitive markets and manage risk.
Together, they can inspire additional opportunities and position India for success in
its mobility transformation.

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India has extraordinary alignment of vision and a set of empowering, supporting conditions that can enable a leapfrog in mobility. A change model
designed to capture economic market segments and speed geographic scaling through a learning platform and state-level change labs can
accelerate India’s progress towards national adoption of a shared, electric, and connected mobility system.

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