Explores the landscape of battery swapping for two-wheelers and evaluates the influence of different components on total cost of ownership (TCO) to suggest areas ripe for strategy focus.
Analyzes several of India’s road transport energy and emissions models by comparing key assumptions, energy use, and CO2 emissions by vehicle and fuel type.
Estimates the at-the-pump cost of “green” and “blue” hydrogen in India in 2030 and 2050 using Mumbai, Ahmedabad, and New Delhi as case studies.
Quantifies the real-world emissions performance of two BS VI diesel vehicles, one truck and one bus, via in-use portable emissions measurement system (PEMS) testing.
Examines the implications for CO2 emissions of light commercial vehicle fleet as new BS VI emission standards took effect in India in fiscal year 2020–21.
Fuel consumption from new passenger cars in India: Manufacturers’ performance in fiscal year 2020–21
Examines the fuel consumption of manufacturer groups for passenger vehicles sold in FY 2020–21 and compares the technologies included in best-in-class vehicles in Europe with those in India.
Analyzes fleet characteristics and compares the vehicle characteristics of major manufacturers and classes of new two-wheelers sold in India in FY 2019–20 and FY 2020–21.
Estimates and compares the total cost of ownership in India of electric two-wheelers with the battery-swapping option relative to electric two-wheelers with the point charging option and conventional gasoline two-wheelers.
Estimates the air quality, premature mortality, and avoided health costs in India under an ambitious EV sales scenario between 2020 and 2040, with and without robust power sector emission control and decarbonization strategies.
Life-cycle greenhouse gas emissions of combustion engine and electric passenger cars and two-wheelers in India
Key findings from our recent life-cycle assessment of passenger cars and two-wheelers in India.