Electric Vehicle market is gaining momentum globally. The total number of electric cars has reached three million units globally. Around one million new electric cars were sold globally in 2017 alone, representing growth of 54% as compared with 2016.
The Government of India (GoI) launched the National Electric Mobility Mission Plan (NEMMP) 2020 in 2013. The roadmap had an ambitious target to achieve 6 – 7 million sales of hybrid and electric vehicles year on year from 2020 onwards. While we are nowhere close to the target, the developments in last few months has elevated to firm policy decisions and investment commitments.
Though there has been growth in the EV ecosystem in cities, however city level information on EV adoption scenario, EV development strategies, EV landscape is not easily available and accessible that would be beneficial for different EV stakeholders to become better at what they do. Thus EVIS portal would give a detailed view of city level EV developments and propositions for top cities in India and globally.
Through continued primary and secondary research (EV dealers, Charging Operators, EV users, EV non-users and other city/ transport/ Discom officials ) on Global and Indian cities, pManifold will identify, analyse and document EV developments, projections, projects, policies and make them available through the EVIS digital platform.
The digital solution will act as detailed repository available to professional on a subscription basis enabling player in the EV ecosystem to learn and design better solutions.
- City EV attractiveness index
- Charger Deployment Tracker
- EV User reviews and perception
- EV OEM and Dealer reviews
- EV and Charger City level Forecast and impact
- EV related Projects Tracker
- EV Innovations & Org Tracker
- EV Model Spec and Performance Tracker
- 100 India cities
- Global EV Capital 20 cities
We have piloted this for few cities and recently published a Knowledge Paper “City EV Readiness: Bottom-up approach to scale EVs” with sample Nagpur city top insights (download here).
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India Market Report on EVs and Charging
Recharging India- A Market Status Report on Electric Vehicle Charging in India
Understand Global Landscape of EV | Indian Scenario |State of EV deployment in India | Opportunities in EV derived fields | Value chain | Key players in India
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India is expected to compete with leading countries in the EV space within the next decade. By transitioning to EVs, India can save up to Rupees. 20 Lakh CR. in oil imports by 2030. Friendly Government policies and global environmental concerns are further intensifying the need to shift to cleaner electric vehicles from traditional petrol and diesel vehicles.
Major automobile companies like Honda, Hyundai, Toyota, Suzuki, etc. are interested to launch their EV in India before 2020-21. These companies have stated that the major hindrance to widespread acceptance of EVs in the Indian market is the lack of presence of EV charging stations or the Electric Vehicle Support Equipment (EVSE). Large utilities and energy companies are making investments in vehicle charging networks. The prospects are good for stronger growth in both light-duty consumer vehicle and commercial vehicle electrification.
However, the challenge is to develop profitable business models that do not depress market demand for EVs by pushing up electricity prices. Future success is likely to involve providing greater value to both consumers and the grid.
Seeing the immense potential for the business opportunities in the EV and EVSE space pManifold has created a detailed report titled “India Charging Ahead– A Market Status Report on Electric Vehicle Charging in India” designed to help the new entrants in understanding the working of the business as well as the financial models at various levels in the EV & EVSE supply chain