Electric capacity of India to be infused with Chinese investment

Electric vehicle is the future of mobility, and that is to be taken with a pinch of salt when it comes to India and the Indian subcontinental conditions because of two very important reasons the first of which being the lack of infrastructure to promote the growth in the wide spectrum of application that it currently serves and the reserve stash of energy lines which haven’t been able to connect the whole country under the electricity band of which at least 60% of the rural population doesn’t have it for more than 6 hours a day because of shortage of electricity in the grids and the high volume theft happening across grids and circuits in the span of the country’s heavy electricity crises. Though India has now started developing its infrastructure for the competitive markets to be reigned free in the country, it is only happening at the urban centers of life which aren’t representative of the culture of movement in the public for they don’t go to the rural side of life after coming to urban centers of power but come from the rural side of life to the urban centers of power displaying an efficient migratory pattern which should also be in the minds of implementer as when applied in the remotest regions first with some extra cost, it will ultimately find it’s way into the city and thus changing the notion of acceptance from urban to social in all ecological scales.

The second most imperative reason is the cost preference that it has got for the technology though important comes at a premium and only the Uber rich in the country can afford it, and with the majority of the country living in the middle income to lower-income category, it is worthless to the point that if a development in the social transportation system is happening only then can it actually affect the lives of people where it is to be applied.