Issues & Challenges in adoption of Electric Vehicles in India: An Empirical study using Data Analytics

  • Namrata Agrawal Professor, Arun Jaitley National Institute of Financial Management, Faridabad, India
  • Prakhar Bisht Manager (Research), Sambodhi Research & Comm. Pvt Ltd
Keywords: Electric Vehicle | Compound Annual Growth Rate | Government’s Strict Green House Gas | SDG


Purpose: Electric Vehicles (EVs) are becoming more and more popular in India, partly due to the government’s ambitious goal of moving to 100% electric transportation by 2030. The purpose of this study is to analyze consumer preference and attitudes towards EVs and also identifying current infrastructure facilities that support adoption of EVs in India.

Design/Methodology/Approach: The study deploy both primary and secondary data. The primary data is collected through online survey across different geographic region and different age group. Secondary data include past literature, different industry report, and companies’ reports.

Findings: Through critical analysis of the dataset using various IT analytical tools, study of EV market dynamics and trends in India and the factors driving/hindering growth of EV market has been examined. The energy demand has been also assessed for Transport in BAU, EV & EV + 2°C scenarios including PM 2.5 Emissions from Transport in BAU, EV & EV + 2°C scenarios using data analytics tools and the results have been exhibited as charts with critical analysis and inferences.

Originality/Value: In 2013, India unveiled the National Electric Mobility Mission Plan (NEMMP), aiming to position itself as a prominent player in the global electric vehicle (EV) market. As the nation witnesses a surge in the adoption of electric vehicles, the need for effective charging infrastructure deployment strategies becomes paramount. This paper delves into several key challenges hindering the widespread adoption of EVs in India and offers insights into potential solutions to enhance their uptake.

Paper Type: View Point.

How to Cite
Agrawal, N., & Bisht, P. (2024). Issues & Challenges in adoption of Electric Vehicles in India: An Empirical study using Data Analytics. Global Journal of Enterprise Information System, 16(1), 48-56. Retrieved from
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