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For India to meet its long-term energy security, climate change and electrification goals, coordination and motivation among various ministries and departments will be crucial. The regular revision cycle of the Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) offers the opportunity to bring together private and public stakeholders (led by NITI Aayog) to jointly discuss and agree on ways forward to decarbonize the sector. This program is working on the following outputs:

  • Development a stakeholder platform that can formulate pathways to decarbonize transport in India through technical assistance.
  • Develop policy and procurement frameworks for electric vehicles and charging infrastructure.

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