"Finding Solutions for Alternative Sources of Energy and Conservation"
India consumed 26.2 MMTs of gasoline and 81.1 MMTs of diesel in 2017. Approx 87% of the CO2 emissions in the country are due to vehicles. The .. Read more government has set a target of reducing emissions intensity by 33 to 35 per cent by 2030 from the 2005 level, which would result in net savings of about Rs 3.9 lakh crores in 2030.India has skipped BS V standard and gone for BS VI (by 2020). This has been a giant Leap. BS IV passenger cars were rolled out in 2010. Diesel cars need major technology upgrade to meet BS VI standards.Switching to BS VI norms from April 2020 has provided momentum to development and use of alternative fuels like bio-fuels, ethanol, CNG, EV, solar and hydrogen vehicles.14 out of the 20 most polluted cities of the world are in India.The government also has a target of 175 GW renewable power installed capacity by the end of 2022.At the national level, emission limits continue to be tightened. There is increasing focus on improving vehicle fuel efficiency.
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