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Due to various internal and external push and pulls, e-mobility is set to made inroads in the overall mobility sector of the country. Rising environmental pollution related public awareness, along with India’s commitment to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals, has created pressure on the government for the concrete policy actions to promote the e-mobility. Technology comes and operate in a social context and in turn influences the society. From the past experiences of the introduction of new technologies without insufficient thought and consideration for the future consequences has resulted into new problems. Instead of black boxing of the technology, it is essential to focus on the co-creation. Responsible Research and Innovation is one of the single most important way of innovating responsibly in the field of the new technologies. It is in this context that it is critical to analyze the e-mobility at the yardstick of the responsibility and sustainability. To achieve this goal this research paper has been divided into four main parts. Part one, introduces the main research problem along with discussing various nuances associated with it. Second part has brought forward the RRI framework, which is also the theoretical framework for the study. Part three has discussed about the methods adopted for data collection as both primary and secondary data has been collected for this research work. Part four, brings forward the insights from the field study and future scope of the research in this direction.

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