Rs. 1.5 Billion allocated to introduce Electric Vehicles, Renewable energy and low carbon technologies in Pakistan

Malik Amin Aslam, Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Climate Change, stated that the current government is committed to pursuing green paths by adopting and promoting green mobility concepts at all levels, with e-vehicles being promoted as a sustainable and more affordable mode of transportation in the country.

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Malik Amin Aslam said: “The future now calls for a green mobility’ with, among others, ‘green vehicles’ and for those the fundamental infrastructure to secure an individual and environmentally-friendly mobility freedom and ‘green’ goods transport, he said while addressing a launching ceremony of e-Bike in e-Commerce Space’ event held here on Thursday at a local hotel. “Because, in the context of sustainable mobility the pertinent infrastructure technology carries an unprecedented role to cope with environmental degradation, contaminated air quality and sustainable mobility”.

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To achieve success and turn Pakistan into a green country by lowering fossil fuel usage and implementing energy-efficient alternatives. This can be accomplished through investing in electric vehicle systems, renewable energy, energy efficiency, and other clean, low-carbon technologies that can be applied to the transportation sector.

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According to Malik Amin Aslam, the climate change ministry has set aside Rs1.5 billion to undertake projects and bring electric vehicles to the general public as part of the Green Stimulus initiative.

Malik Amin Aslam further added:  “I am truly thrilled with the induction of e-bikes in the food delivery system by the country’s largest online food and grocery delivery platform, reflecting its commitment towards protecting the country from environmental degradation, particularly air pollution”.

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