Electromobility (E-Mobility) is the use of electric cars, as well as e-bikes, electric motorbikes, e-buses and e-trucks. The common feature of all of them is that they are fully or partly driven electrically, have a means of storing energy on board, and obtain their energy mainly from the power grid. Electric cars are quiet, efficient and low-emission and have mainly been used to date in cities, where they’re ideal for delivery services, taxis and car sharing.

Emissions are having a serious impact on the climate and environment: More and more CO2 is entering the atmosphere, with the result that the Earth is becoming warmer and warmer. According to a survey by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), traffic is responsible for 24 percent of all CO2 emissions worldwide. Electric vehicles counter that: Unlike gasoline and diesel cars, they don’t emit any CO2 when driven. Yet: E-cars are CO2-neutral in the full sense of the word only if the batteries and the electricity to power them are produced using renewable energies. Combustion engines are on the way out because fossil fuels like oil, from which gasoline and diesel are produced, are finite resources.

Keeping the global climate change in mind, HPR Nepal encourages and provides mentorship for the interested organizations and individuals regarding E-mobility. The world is emphasizing and encouraging Green Transportation. And its time our country also has a clear vision on it. We conduct seminars and workshops providing necessary materials and guidelines to the entities who wish to support in this global campaign of EV.