Himachal Pradesh government has recently announced that the state’s transport department will make a complete switch from its fleet of diesel and petrol vehicles to electric vehicles. Chief Minister Thakur Sukhvinder Singh Sukhu led the ceremonial launch of electric vehicles for the state transportation department.
Currently, the trains in India run either on diesel or electricity. In an effort to transform the future of the Indian Railways, indigenously developed hydrogen-powered trains are likely to run on narrow-gauge (heritage) tracks as soon as the end of 2023, turning them “completely green.”
The transportation industry is seeking to eliminate dependency on fossil fuels for operation. While hydrogen-powered trains made their debut last year, battery-powered trains are also making their way for easy and emissions-free transportation. In this quest, Germany has begun trials for the world’s first battery-powered
India is committed to reduce its carbon emissions and adopt renewable energy to help save the planet amidst the climate crisis. In order to explore opportunities under renewable energy in railways, Indian Railways and Railway Energy Management Company Ltd. (REMCL) – a joint venture of
Designers see scope in things we often tend to pass without even a thought. Case in point, Indian automotive designer Prathyush Devadas who has conceived an ingenious, double-decker metro train, which can commute passengers on upper half and people along with their personal mobility devices
India has been reeling under tremendous environmental problems. Automobiles are a significant contributor in air pollution and other concerning environmental issues. While car manufacturers have somewhat hit the green pedal, two-wheeler industry in India is far from going green at the moment. To tap into
It is no secret that airplanes, much like cars, emit too many greenhouse gases. However, airports can take steps and make an effort to decrease their environmental footprints by adopting green building practices and recycling programs. An airport can lessen its impact on the environment
Some European cities including Turin and Genoa in Italy have been testing inductive-charging systems on road since 2002. Taking the idea of inductive charging a step further, South Korean researchers have laid out induction charging strips on a small patch of a road, which recharges