Nitin Gadkari on the disposal of waste from lithium-ion batteries: “Will take serious note…”

The trash produced by lithium-ion batteries, which have revolutionised renewable energy and storage technologies, is just as harmful.Since lithium-ion batteries are used in the majority of plug-in hybrids and electric cars (EVs), electric vehicles are currently playing a significant role in India’s efforts to reach a net zero carbon objective. However, the disposal of these batteries has alarmed environmental specialists.According to him, the current cost of electric automobiles is more than that of petrol or diesel vehicles.

“Electric cars are incredibly common. The sole issue is that e-automobiles are more expensive than petrol or diesel vehicles, and this cost difference varies depending on volume. As for when the volume will increase, I feel like this is just an estimate, therefore I’m not