If you are also planning to buy a car and especially an electric vehicle, then this news can be useful for you. Union Minister for Road Transport and Highways Nitin Gadkari has said that in the next one year, the cost of electric vehicles will be at par with petrol vehicles.
Union Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari has said that within the next one year, the price of electric vehicles will be at par with the price of petrol cars. This news is very comforting for car and bike riders. Union Minister Nitin Gadkari said that rapid progress in technology and green fuel will bring down the cost of electric automobiles. That is, common people will benefit from this. In the next two years, electric vehicles will cost the same as petrol-powered cars. The Union Minister said that it can bring revolution in the times to come.
In addition, Nitin Gadkari, while replying to the demand for grants for the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways, 2022-23 in the Lok Sabha, said that there is a need to move towards effective indigenous fuel, electricity fuel will soon be a will become reality. This will reduce the level of pollution. Pollution is facing as a big challenge not only in India but all over the world.
Union Minister requested: Union Minister Gadkari also urged the MPs to adopt hydrogen technology. He urged the MPs to take initiative to convert sewage water into green hydrogen in their respective areas. He said hydrogen would soon be the cheapest fuel option. Nitin Gadkari said that the price of lithium-ion batteries is falling rapidly. We are developing zinc-ion, aluminum-ion, sodium-ion batteries. In a maximum of two years, the cost of electric scooters, cars and auto rickshaws will be at par with petrol powered scooters, cars and auto rickshaws.
Know how much difference will be in the cost: According to the Union Minister, ‘The advantage of this will be that if you are spending 100 rupees on petrol today, then the cost of running an electric vehicle will come down to 10 rupees. A few days back Nitin Gadkari launched the Green Hydrogen Fuel Car. Actually Nitin Gadkari is constantly trying to promote electric vehicles. Green hydrogen-powered cars will cost less than Re 1 per km, while petrol cars will cost Rs 5-7 per km. At the same time, now the company is also working on manufacturer electric vehicles. Toyota Kirloskar Motor’s FCEV Toyota Mirai car is involved in the pilot project.