Webinar on “Charging India’s bus transport - A guide for planning charging infrastructure for Intra-city public bus fleet”

Start/Stop Date:
21 Aug 2019
Alliance for an Energy Efficienct Economy (AEEE)
Webinar 11 a.m. (IST)
Focus Areas:
Charging of urban bus transport
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We have recently launched our report on the charging of urban bus transport titled “Charging India’s Bus Transport”. The outcome of several months’ rigorous research, this investigation is expected to go a long way in facilitating the transition of the public bus transport in a Tier-I or Tier-II city in India to a fully electric format. The study is able to shed some interesting insights into the e-bus and charging technology market and provides definitive guidance to plan to charge infrastructure for an intra-city e-bus fleet. This is arguably the most detailed study undertaken on e-bus transport in the Indian context. The findings of this research are helping in the decision-making of the State Road Transport Undertakings (SRTUs) and private bus operators, state nodal agencies, OEMs, charging service providers and policymakers.

Although this study has been done in the Indian context, we believe, it has a universal relevance; the given approach can be adopted (with necessary customisations) for cities in other geographies.
Below are the links to access the documents.

Charging India’s Bus Transport – Full Report
Charging India’s Bus Transport – Executive Summary

To disseminate the outcome of this research, AEEE is organising a webinar on 21st August 2019 at 11 AM (IST) where Shyamasis Das, Principal Research Associate & Lead – Power Utility & Electric Mobility, supported by Chandana Sasidharan, Senior Research Associate, will present the key findings and would love to hear your views on this research endeavour. Please register here (Join us for a webinar on Aug 21, 2019 at 11:00 AM IST.)
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

About AEEE
AEEE is a not-for-profit thinktank in the energy space and acts as a policy and clean energy market enabler. It is able to curve its own niche in the energy space based on four key pillars -- Knowledge creation, Policy advocacy, Market enablement and Alliance. For more details about our research-work, please refer to our website http://www.aeee.in/. Recognizing AEEE's unique position in India's energy market and its credibility in knowledge creation, our inputs and support have been sought by some of the key players in this field.