Pollution has been long an issue of the Indian population, as well as global. Indian manifestos are largely affected as well as with those of temple building and farmer incomes in recent domains. India e-car market, Electric vehicle market, seems to draw a lot of opportunities from this domain due to the rising threat to the pollution.
Politicians, as well as businessmen, cannot surpass the issue of pollution. The life expectancy is largely reduced in the current century and mostly affected in areas of New Delhi. This has been going on for more than a decade now.
The government plans to address the issue for a three-year subsidy plan involving the electric vehicles. The India e-vehicle market which has been termed to around 1.5 Billion dollars are above 10 times large in market size, as compared to the previous plans. Flaws, when looked into this domain, are minimal but one such has been mostly hampering the commitment in putting the clean vehicle on the roads. The reason! It can largely lead to the theft of electricity on a large scale.
India has been dominantly housing to over a million two-wheelers and rickshaw. This is by far more than that of the number of electric cars been produced in China. With this, the sales of much small electric vehicles to continue to rise according to market research reports.
Largely, in the absence of charging infrastructure, most of the drivers have been shipping powers illegally. As a result, only about 10 percent of the subsidy program has been allocated to the charging stations of these vehicles.
About a quarter of the power that has been generated in India has been either stolen or kept for various purposes in the loss of transmission. This has been purposed mostly by the figures that are cited by the local media by the mid-2018. Due to this the power sector has been losing for about more than 15 Billion dollars a year for the theft. This is largely more than any other country globally.
The power that has been stolen costs more than 20Billion dollar a year. This is taken into account for Delhi alone. Further, there are around more than lakhs of such vehicles which go on Delhi’s roads, although just a quarter has been registered. The state electricity loss has been accounted to more than 70 percent in recent years, starting from 2017.