Indian transport is massive and diverse in catering to the mobility needs of its 1.4 billion population. Road transport alone emits 0.24 G tonnes of CO2 annually, 90% of the total transport sector emissions. Among the Indian Megacities, Bengaluru's transport sector contributes the most (about 40%) to the city's air pollution.
The central and state governments are aggressively working towards decarbonising the road transport through various policy measures. The renewable energy mix of grid electricity becomes essential in enabling green mobility in the truest sense. Use of clean energy for charging EVs paves way for transitioning towards green mobility.