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With Delhi's air quality remains deteriorating, only CNG-run and electric vehicles are allowed to entered the national capital, EVs one of the most promising pathways to increase energy security, reduce carbon emissions, and improve air quality. 

Since Diwali, the AQI of the national capital continued to hover around the upper end of the 'very poor' or 'severe' category. The change in wind direction, stubble burning and bursting of firecrackers were cited to be the reason behind worsened air quality.

The AQI in Delhi is becoming worse with each passing day due to different reasons including heavy vehicular pollution, so it is the responsibility of all citizens to do their bit and adopt Electric Vehicles as a way of life. 

These green vehicles are not just environment friendly but also light on the pocket as fuel prices are skyrocketing. EVs’ run on electric charge and don’t need fuel.

Hence, one of the leading online platform eWheelers has come up an idea where customers can now book e-vehicles online and pick up from nearest eWheelers eBIKE studio. 

eWheelers offers products across verticals such as Hoverboards, eSkateboards, Electric Bicycles, Electric Scooters, and Electric Motor Cycles enabling users to choose from a wide rang of mobility solutions for commuting at an affordable price with digital access to charging station and service centre.  

eWheelers has build a highly integrated EV ecosystem and help customers access, adapt and have a smooth ride with their EV journey. 

eWheelers technology platform is committed to addressing the supply & demand of the EV industry and be revolution-ready.

An average electric two-wheeler provides a lifetime savings of 1.98 tonnes of carbon emissions as compared to an average petrol two-wheeler, which is equivalent to planting 11 trees. 

Even without major changes in power generating sources – like coal and hydropower – an electric vehicle (EV) can cut CO2 and greenhouse gas emissions by more than 30% if widely adopted in India. 

With 2-wheelers and 3-wheelers accounting for more than 30% of emissions in India, EVs might be a game-changer in improving air quality and the health of urban populations while mitigating the increasing warmth that threatens polar and glacial ice calving.

Manufacturers can consistently leverage mobility technologies like electric bikes and electric scooters on the verge of disruption to assist India in reaching carbon neutrality. 

This will entail working on many themes like engines, batteries, wheels, lighting, and so on. 

During the last decade, the weight, frictional components like motors, and exhaust systems have changed dramatically with innovative solutions that come to the benefit of manufacturers and consumers. 

It not only improves efficiency but also significantly reduces pollution. Working on enhanced power solutions for the EV using renewable energy is undoubtedly a starting point, as this is critical to reaching carbon neutrality.

With advancements in battery technology, electric scooters and e-bikes studio in India will become more affordable in the near future. 

Technology disruptions have enabled the acquisition of smart charging solutions, which may assist you in auto-scheduling your EV to charge when power rates are low and cease charging when demand is high. 

Next-generation EV batteries will also be able to retain excess energy, allowing you to travel for extended distances without feeling strained.

The government also intends to assist policymakers and investors, and battery and EV manufacturers are benefiting from lucrative incentives through schemes such as PLI, while startup funds and infrastructure are being prepared to accelerate the process of EV mass adoption in India.

With widespread adoption of electric vehicles (EVs) with power sector decarbonization policies will improve net air quality and health benefits in every Indian state by 2040, a report stated. 

Combining EV adoption with power sector decarbonization will improve air quality in every Indian state compared to the baseline in 2040.
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