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Clean Energy Can Support India’s Economic Recovery post-COVID-19

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Report Outlines 10 Actionable Solutions for More Reliable, Efficient Transportation in Bangalore

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Report Outlines Technical Analysis of FAME II Scheme

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40 Mobility Providers Collaborate at the Urban Mobility Lab in Delhi

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EV Pilot in Delhi for Urban Deliveries

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Launch of the Urban Mobility Lab in Bengaluru

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Govt calls for pvt agencies to provide last-mile commute

Government and private stakeholders engaged in discussions on improving commute at the launch of Urban Mobility Lab in Bengaluru.

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Rocky Mountain Institute and Micelio collaborates with Karnataka government for urban Mobility Lab

The urban mobility lab will work to find solutions to accelerate Bengaluru's transition to shared, clean and citizen-centric mobility. As the release claims, the venture will work on the development of electric, connected and shared mobility. ​​

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To have 25% EVs, Delhi will need to register 5 lakh cars in five years

With growing levels of air pollution in the national capital, the AAP-led Delhi government is looking at ways to promote EVs.

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Government electric vehicle scheme for doorstep delivery services

The government’s Dialogue and Development Commission of Delhi (DDCD) said on Tuesday that the scheme, in all likelihood, will be based on offering incentives to delivery companies to shift to electric vehicles.

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