Energy Transition

Innovative investments could decarbonize transport in India. Here’s how

Buses are the most affordable mobility option in India and therefore could be the first ones to decarbonize transport in India Image: REUTERS/Rodrigo Garrido.

Ankit Singhvi
Co-founder, Mytrah Mobility (Mozev)
Christoph Wolff
Lecturer, University of Cologne
Richa Sahay
Manager, First Movers Coalition, World Economic Forum
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