★Union Minister Nitin Gadkari participated in the Road Safety Congress held in Prague.
★He took a ride in a hydrogen bus and highlighted the benefits of renewable energy.
★Gadkari emphasized that alternative fuels will be the only option in the future.
★He previously launched a hydrogen-powered car in India.
Union Minister Nitin Gadkari demonstrated India’s commitment to sustainable and eco-friendly mobility solutions by taking a test drive in a hydrogen bus in Prague. He also mentioned that alternative fuels will be the only option in the future. Gadkari attended the 27th Global Road Safety Congress in Prague and shared information about it through a tweet.
During the event, Gadkari emphasized that India is dedicated to achieving its road safety targets and promoting green energy conversion. He also expressed seriousness in fulfilling the global road safety targets mentioned in the Stockholm Declaration. Previously, Gadkari had launched the Toyota Innova hydrogen model in India, stating that it is a significant step towards efficient, eco-friendly, and sustainable energy.
Gadkari had previously mentioned using a hydrogen-powered car himself. As part of a pilot project, Toyota had provided him with a hydrogen-powered car. He also uploaded a video providing information about it. In addition to hydrogen-powered cars, Gadkari has been actively promoting renewable and green energy.
In a recent announcement, Gadkari mentioned that efforts are being made to reduce the cost of electric vehicles (EVs). The aim is to decrease the expensive battery prices. He also stated that in the future, the prices of EVs will be equivalent to petrol cars.
★Nitin Gadkari, Union Minister, participated in the Road Safety Congress in Prague and took a ride in a hydrogen bus.
★He highlighted the importance of alternative fuels and emphasized India’s commitment to green energy.
★Gadkari had previously launched a hydrogen-powered car and expressed his support for renewable and green energy.
★Efforts are being made to reduce the cost of electric vehicles, and in the future, their prices will be comparable to petrol cars.