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Is India ready for Electric Vehicles? Sohinder Gill, Global CEO Hero Electric

As Indian economy is caught up in a slowdown, the future of the automobile industry is pinned on electric vehicles. And EV technology in India is, in turn, highly dependent on innovation and government incentives. While there is no dearth of government incentives in India, the lack of adequate infrastructure and unaffordable price of EVs are felt by both industry and consumers alike. In conversation with Smefutures.com, Sohinder Gill, Global CEO Hero Electric, Director General SMEV talks about the electric vehicle’s transition in India.

   


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