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Title: India Leaps Ahead: Transformative Mobility Solutions for All
Download Report : NITI-RMI India Report
Synopsis: India can save 64% of anticipated passenger road-based, mobility-related energy demand and 37% of carbon emissions in 2030 by pursuing a shared, electric, and connected mobility future. This would result in an annual reduction of 156 MTOE in diesel and petrol consumption for that year, saving Rs 3.9 lakh crore or USD ~60 billion (at USD 52/bbl of crude).
Cumulative savings between 2017-2030 are 876 MTOE for petrol and diesel, worth Rs 22 lakh crore or USD ~330 billion, and 1 gigatonne for carbon-dioxide emissions. This reduction in energy consumption results from a synergistic impact of improvements in systems integration, scaled manufacturing and shared infrastructure development.

Title: India's Energy Storage Mission: A Make-in-India Opportunity for Globally Competitive Battery Manufacturing
Download Report : India Energy Storage Mission
Synopsis: India's target of 100 percent EV sales by 2030 is a game changer and its achievement could drive down costs and build production scale faster than anticipated in existing projections. Despite their relatively small share of global vehicle stocks, EV sales are experiencing extraordinary growth.
In 2016, the EV market passed the threshold of two million electric cars operating worldwide with 750,000 units sold in a single year - a 60 percent increase in stock compared to 2016.4 Of 2016 global sales, 45 percent were in China, and 21 percent were in the U.S. China in 2016 sold more EVs than the world had sold two years earlier, on pace to a tenfold expansion from 2015-2020.
Going forward, industry experts estimate that 7 percent of the global automotive (4-wheeler) fleet will be EVs by 2030, up from 0.2 percent currently. As India's EV ambitions, including EV 2-wheelers, autorickshaws, 4-wheelers and buses, become more widely known, they will help influence other countries to follow India's lead.

Title: Valuing Society First: An Assessment of the Potential for a Feebate Policy in India
Download Report : Valuing Society First Feebates Policy
Synopsis: A feebate is a policy by which inefficient or polluting vehicles incur a surcharge (fee-) while efficient ones receive a rebate (-bate). Austria, Denmark, France, the Netherlands, Norway, Ontario (Canada), and Singapore have introduced variations of feebates.
Its advantages include its market-based design; its potential to be revenue neutral, size neutral, and technology agnostic; and its alignment of private interests with societal interests and incentives. While there are significant challenges in designing and implementing a feebate, the policy can offer an advantageous alternative to fuel economy or greenhouse gas standards, which are static, soon become obsolete, and give no incentive to outperform.
On the other hand, feebates drive continuous improvement and innovation. A feebate that is politically attractive and supports both customers' and manufacturers' transitions to more-efficient, cleaner vehicle technologies will require careful attention from and close collaboration among India's public- and private-sector leadership.

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Title: Electrifying Mobility in India: Future Prospects for the Electric Vehicles Ecosystem

Author: Mohd. Sahil Ali and Rahul Tongia

Organization: Brookings India

Title: The Future of Mobility in India: Challenges & Opportunities for the Auto Component Industry

Author: Rajat Dhawan, Shivanshu Gupta, Russell Hensley, Neeraj Huddar, Balaji Iyer, Ramesh Mangaleswaran

Organization: McKinsey & Company

Title: Preparing for the Future of Urban Mobility in India

Author: Madhulika Srikumar

Organization: Observer Research Foundation (ORF)

Title: Enabling the Transition to Electric Mobility in India

Author: FICCI - Neerja Singh , Rocky Mountain Institute - Ryan Laemel

Organization: Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) and Rocky Mountain Organisation

Title: Electric Vehicles on the Charge

Author: Harald C Hendrikse, Victoria A Greer, Jack Yeung, Adam Jonas, Binay Singh, Young Suk Shin, Hitoshi Isozaki

Organization: Morgan Stanley

Title: Standing Up India's EV Ecosystem - Who Will Drive the Charge?

Author: Rakesh Batra, Gaurav Batra, Anuj Chandna and Tanvi Madaan

Organization: Ernst & Young

Title: Electric Vehicle Outlook: 2018

Author: Colin McKerracher

Organization: Bloomberg New Energy Finance

Title: Transition to All-Electric Public Transportation: Energy Resource Assessment

Author: Harshid Sridhar, Thirumalai N. C., Vaishalee Dash, Dr Mridula D. Bharadwaj

Organization: Center for Study of Science, Technology and Policy (CSTEP)

Title: Pedalling Towards A GREENER INDIA

Author: S Sundar, Akshima T Ghate, Seema Singh, Megha Kumar, Rahul Raju Dusa et al.

Organization: TERI

Title: Global EV Outlook 2018

Organization: International Energy Agency

Title: India's Transport EVolution

Organization: Morgan Stanley

Title: How battery storage can help charge the electric vehicle market

Author: Stefan Knupfer, Jesse Noffsinger, and Shivika Sahdev

Organization: Mckinsey & Co.

Title: Bus Karo: A Guidebook on Planning and Operations

Organization: World Resources Institute

Title: Bus Karo 2.0: Case Studies from India

Organization: World Resources Institute

Title: Safe Access to Mass Transit Manual

Organization: World Resources Institute

Title: Encouraging Design Practices for Sustainable Mobility in India: A Guidebook

Author: Saritha Sudhakaran, Lakshmi Rajagopalan, Anjali Mahendra, Jaya Dhindaw, and Madhav Pai

Organization: World Resources Institute

Title: Regulatory Impact Assessment of Maharshtra Taxi Rules, 2017

Author: Amol Kulkarni & Arpit Tiwari

Organization: CUTS International

Title: Electric Mobility Paradigm Shift: Capturing the Opportunities

Organization: YES Bank & TERI

Title: Electric Vehicles – The Colour is Green

Organization: YES Bank

Title: Circular Economy – A Business Imperative for India

Organization: YES Bank & TERI

Title: Circular Economy – A Business Imperative for India

Organization: YES Bank & TERI