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Go Electric campaign” launched to give a boost to electric mobility and use of electrical appliances across country

The Centre today launched the Go Electric campaign to boost the adoption of electric mobility vehicles and electric cooking appliances to ensure energy security in the country.

Launching the campaign, Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadakari said, Go Electric is a future of India which will promote cost effective, environment friendly and indigenous electric products. Expressing concern over the huge imported cost of fossil fuel, he said, carbon emission from transport vehicles is a major challenge and the country needs to promote usage of vehicles which operate on alternative modes of fuels like electric batteries, CNG and Bio-fuel. He said, India would become the number one manufacturer of electric vehicles in the next five years.

Power and New and Renewable Energy Minister R K Singh said that energy transition is needed to reduce dependence on the imported fossil fuels. He urged the people to adopt electric appliances.

 

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