Telangana will play pivotal role in India’s e-mobility transition: KTR

Telangana is committed to providing an impetus to electric vehicle adoption and aims to play a pivotal role in India’s transition to electric mobility, state Minister for IT, Industries and Commerce K T Rama Rao said on Wednesday.

Speaking after launching the first edition of the Hyderabad E-Motor Show as part of the ongoing Hyderabad E-Mobility Week, Rama Rao said Telangana has been a front-runner in adopting sustainability and clean energy, while we remain focused on making India self-reliant.”

“With our progressive EV adoption policy, and our ability to provide 24×7 electricity, we aim to become the most ‘electrified state’ in mobility in India,” Rama Rao said, according to an official release.

“We strongly believe India is well equipped to develop as a hub for manufacturing of electric vehicles and its supply chain,” he said.

KTR, as Rama Rao is popularly known, said Telangana is pursuing a comprehensive strategy to bring manufacturing of various components of the ecosystem such as cell manufacturing, cell component manufacturing, battery swapping stations, EV manufacturing in two-wheeler, three-wheeler, and buses, and taking steps towards refining of lithium in the state.

“Hyderabad is leading in the development of advanced automotive technologies in India including ADAS, digital cockpit solutions, V2X connectivity, and automotive cybersecurity. In the coming years, the Hyderabad E-Motor Show will prove to be the pioneer platform for the automobile companies to launch and showcase their next-gen EV models,” the minister added.

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