Pre-Budget Expectation Quotes- Evera, Park+ & Konica Minolta Business Solutions India Pvt Ltd

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Mr. Nimish Trivedi, Co-Founder, Evera.”India is undergoing a transition, and its automobile sector is no exception. Over the past few years, the demand for climate justice for our future generations has gained momentum. According to a survey, assuming the appropriate infrastructure is in place, a majority of car owners are willing to switch to EVs. Keeping the same in view, Evera is working round the clock to introduce as many fleets of EV cabs as possible in various parts of the country. And to make sure that our EVs are able to provide better services to our customers, partners and governments we have planned a network of EV charging stations across primary locations across India.

In the upcoming budget, we expect the government to introduce policies/ schemes that further support EV car manufacturers and cab service providers. In addition to this, we hope that the government will provide incentives and relaxations in establishing a network of EV charging hubs across India, a move that will help the union government to achieve its carbon emission target in a given timeline”.

Amit Lakhotia, Founder & CEO, Park+ “This century belongs to India and home-grown startups are primed to play a pivotal role in India’s economic remergence. The Indian startup ecosystem is no longer a peripheral business vertical but is a vital cog within the Indian economic machinery. Government organizations also need to build and strengthen their relationship with the startup community to trigger mutually constructive conversations around regulations, govt schemes, and policy interventions. Lastly, the government can also unlock tremendous latent potential which resides in tier II cities by empowering the youth with educational support gravitating around entrepreneurship”.

Mr. Kuldeep Malhotra, Dy. Managing Director, Konica Minolta Business Solutions India Pvt Ltd.“The union government is continuously working and finding solutions to achieve its 2070 sustainability target. Keeping the same in view, we hope that in the upcoming budget, the government will introduce better and more attractive incentives, aimed at promoting the green economy. Besides this, we expect that government interventions and policy changes like tax rebates for meeting set environmental standards, certifications, green taxes on harmful environmental activities, and subsidies on the use of green products can go a long way in furthering the agenda of sustainability.”