The Central government launched E-Amrit, a web gate on electric vehicles (EVs), at the ongoing COP26 Summit in United Kingdom's Glasgow.
According to a statement issued by the NITI Aayog on Wednesday, E-Amrit is a one-stop destination for all information on electric vehicles — busting myths around the relinquishment of EVs, their purchase, investment openings, programs, and subventions.
"The gate has been developed and hosted by NITI Aayog under a cooperative knowledge exchange program with the UK government and as part of the UK-India Joint Roadmap 2030, inked by the Prime Ministers of the two countries, "the statement said.
E-Amrit intends to round enterprise of the government on raising mindfulness on EVs and sensitizing consumers on the benefits of switching to electric vehicles. In recent history, India has taken numerous enterprises to accelerate the decarbonization of transport and the relinquishment of electric mobility in the country. Schemes similar to FAME and PLI are especially important in creating an ecosystem for the early relinquishment of EVs.
NITI Aayog intends to add further features and introduce innovative tools to make the game more interactive and stoner-friendly.
The launch was attended by UK High-Level Climate Action Champion Nigel Beating and NITI Aayog Adviser Sudhendu Jyoti Sinha.