Bengaluru: People increasingly choose electric vehicles, as a result they double in just a year

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20-12-2023

    So far in 2023-24, over 1,03,009 electric vehicles have been registered

    Number of electric vehicles registered in 2021-22 stood at 44,217

    This number increased to a whopping 1,10,492 vehicles in 2022-23

People in Bengaluru are increasingly embracing electric vehicles over petrol and diesel vehicles. People are preferring electric vehicles over non-electric vehicles. People using petrol and diesel vehicles for a long time that spewed smoke on the road causing pollution, have now turned to electric vehicles for sustainability.

Increasing number of people are bidding goodbye to petrol and diesel vehicles, while saying yay to electric vehicles.

Year-on-year increase in the number of electric vehicles in the city has doubled in just a year. The total number of electric vehicles registered in 2021-22 stood at 44,217 vehicles, and this number increased to a whopping 1,10,492 vehicles in 2022-23. In 2023-24, over 1,03,009 electric vehicles were registered.

It looks like that electric vehicles have become the favourite of the people choosing sustainability. The best example to this is the increase in the number of electric vehicles in the city by 2-3 times.

Transport Minister Ramalingareddy said that the use of eco-friendly electric vehicles is increasing, which is indeed a good development.

Overall, people using electric vehicles over petrol and diesel vehicles is really a good development in terms of controlling pollution, environment and sustainability.

 

Bengaluru: People increasingly choose electric vehicles, as a result they double in just a year

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    So far in 2023-24, over 1,03,009 electric vehicles have been registered

    Number of electric vehicles registered in 2021-22 stood at 44,217

    This number increased to a whopping 1,10,492 vehicles in 2022-23

People in Bengaluru are increasingly embracing electric vehicles over petrol and diesel vehicles. People are preferring electric vehicles over non-electric vehicles. People using petrol and diesel vehicles for a long time that spewed smoke on the road causing pollution, have now turned to electric vehicles for sustainability.

Increasing number of people are bidding goodbye to petrol and diesel vehicles, while saying yay to electric vehicles.

Year-on-year increase in the number of electric vehicles in the city has doubled in just a year. The total number of electric vehicles registered in 2021-22 stood at 44,217 vehicles, and this number increased to a whopping 1,10,492 vehicles in 2022-23. In 2023-24, over 1,03,009 electric vehicles were registered.

It looks like that electric vehicles have become the favourite of the people choosing sustainability. The best example to this is the increase in the number of electric vehicles in the city by 2-3 times.

Transport Minister Ramalingareddy said that the use of eco-friendly electric vehicles is increasing, which is indeed a good development.

Overall, people using electric vehicles over petrol and diesel vehicles is really a good development in terms of controlling pollution, environment and sustainability.

 

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