India is one of the fastest-growing economies and energy is a critical input for its growth, especially in the transport sector. A ‘Green’ move to adopt alternative fuels as a preferred energy source primarily for the transportation sector is underway.
The maximum requirement of transport fuels is catered by petroleum-based fuels. Out of this, only 20% of total demand is met by domestic production of crude oil while the rest is through imports. Moreover, crude oil is a limited resource, it’s non-renewable and also responsible for the increase in pollution levels. To tackle the multiple issues of increasing pollution, dependency on costly crude imports, and to find an unlimited source of energy, the Government of India is promoting the use of Biodiesel, as a standalone or its blending with conventional diesel.
Also, We are moving towards Electronic Vehicles very fast in the case of Public transport or private vehicles like Scooter or Car. The Indian Government aggressively looking to Develop Infrastructure to Charge Electric Vehicles (EV Charging Stations) so we can achieve Green Revolution Target.