1. Shubham Lingayat*, 2. Najla Shafighi
bbw University of Applied Sciences, Berlin, Germany
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The study will highlight several infrastructural problems and some crucial variables that may push India’s transportation industry to buy an electric automobile. The study’s primary section will shed light on the environmental, economic, and other benefits of e-mobility transportation. Afterwards, the second part reflects the basic understanding of e-mobility and the everyday challenges and barriers to e-mobility. The next part of the study covers research aspects such as the research strategy and different methods and tools for data collection to complete the research work. The next chapter demonstrates the analysis of the data gathered from the different sources. Following this, the article indicates the approach strategy of the Indian government toward e-mobility and infrastructural comparison between India and some developed countries to figure out the main factors. In the end, the last chapter of this article recommends some strategies and solutions to counter challenges that can affect the Indian automobile sector and the determination of some significant elements to ensure an effortless change from conventional mobility to an electric method of transportation.
Keywords: EV infrastructure, E-mobility obstacles, government role in EV, E- mobility driving force