The future of shared mobility seems vague after the outbreak of the pandemic.
However, the owners of the shared mobility services predict that there will be no eventual negative impact on the relevance of shared mobility services. This discussion was curated by The Future of Mobility panel (FoMT).
Experts predict there we will see a surge in EVs, owing to factors like rationing of fuel prices in various states and BS VI regulations making ICE vehicles more expensive.
While vehicle manufacturers insist that electric vehicles will take a back seat as businesses will focus on getting back to business continuity. This debate focused on what the future of Electric Vehicles will be in a post covid world.
The new policy on registration of electric vehicles without pre-fitted batteries has gathered mixed reactions from the EV industry. While some players have welcomed this move with open arms, others feel that the policy hasn’t been thought through.
The global pandemic has had a massive socio-economic impact on the urban mobility sector. As the government eases lockdown measures, urban mobility is becoming a huge focus of anxiety, with a large number of people considering when and how to resume travel.
If you have a compelling use-case that you would like to present or want to know how you can be a part of our Digital Conversations series, write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org