NITI Aayog launches 'Zero' program to promote zero pollution

NITI Aayog launches 'Zero' program to promote zero pollution

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Category : National Published on: September 16 2021

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·         NITI Aayog in collaboration with US-based Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI) and RMI India has launched a campaign named "Zero" by working with consumers and industry to promote zero-pollution delivery vehicles.

·         The campaign will promote the adoption of Electric Vehicles (EV) in the urban delivery segment and create consumer awareness about the health, environmental and economic benefits of electric vehicles.

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About NITI Aayog

v  Formed: 1 January 2015

v  Headquarters: New Delhi

v  President: Narendra Modi

v  Founder: National Democratic Alliance

v  CEO: Amitabh Kant

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