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Autocar Professional’s April 1 issue is a ‘Green Industry Special’ This April 1 issue is a ‘Green Industry Special’ and highlights how India Auto Inc is working towards cutting down carbon footprint with renewed vigour. A new innings Dr Pawan Goenka ends his 27-year-long innings with M&M and prepares for a new inning. Recipient of Autocar India’s ‘Lifetime achievement award’ and two-time winner of the Autocar Professional ‘Man of the Year’, Dr Goenka reminiscences about his journey and shares some management mantras. Green Industry Special • Sandeep Bangia, head of Tata Power’s EV Business, elaborates on Tata Power’s big strides towards expanding the charging infrastructure. • Find out more about Pune-based, Econovus’ green packaging solutions. • Naveen Mehta of Jindal Aluminium explains how aluminium can become the new hero in the drive towards green efficiency. · Find out why Hexagon Group sees huge potential for CNG and hydrogen as options to fuel CVs in India. The Year of BS VI • ACMA’s Vinnie Mehta highlights importance of better-planned transition. • FEV India’s Vijay Sharma brings focus on the challenges for OEMs. One year of lockdown It’s been a year since the lockdown was imposed to tackle Covid-19. Even as cases start surging across India, Autocar Professional brings you stories of survival and economic revival. In-depth analysis As the government shares details of the Vehicle Scrappage Policy, industry players and veterans raise concerns about challenges involved in the entire plan. But that’s not all. There’s more to read in the news pages too, starting with what Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari said at the 2021 Autocar Awards nite. Download your copy today.

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