Any change in a big country like INDIA takes a lot of time if it to be established all over. Electric Vehicles are not taken too seriously in countries like ours but do have a constructive change in the future. We have to invest a lot to rise afterward so the government is taking up chances to grow EV to the limit that they should be. The state government of Telangana and the capital Delhi had framed new EV Policies which they think will benefit the customers, sellers, manufacturers as well as the industrialists. Every Ev policy comes out to having many incentives for all which turns the table around to make them think to buy them for the future. The government has a very great vision to build an astonishing infrastructure for the Electric vehicles running on the roads which will lead to a bright and healthy future of our country.
The vision is too clear that to make India a better place to live and to provide a healthy environment to the people and this can be done if we will think of the new machines ruling the roads. By the end of 2030, INDIA can be the country with changed transportation that will be running not on fossil fuels but the lithium-ion charge or any other electrical source that powers electrical engines.
Let us have a glimpse of the key points offered by the new policies of the state and the central government respectively.
EV Policy DELHI key points :
- Incentive on the purchase of electric vehicle after the amendment of the policy will be given to the first 1000 cars owner amounting Rs 10,000 / kWh of battery capacity.
- Incentive of Rs 5,000 per kWh battery capacity for the two wheeler EV will be given to the owner.
- For e-rickshaws and e-autos a purchase incentive of Rs 30,000 will be given to the registered customers.
An open permit will be given on first come first basis to the user with a light motor driving license and a relief on the loans is promised too.
- The government have a vision of 50% carrier busses to be running and starting with the induction of 1000 busses in 2020.
- Incentive of Rs 30,000 will be given to first 10,000 goods carriers e-vehicles registered in Delhi.
- Road tax and Registration fees will be waived for all the EVs registered in the policy.
EV Policy of TELANGANA key points :
- A total of 30,000 crores investment is made in the policy.
- The target after the new policy in EVs are:
* 80% two- and three-wheeler
* 70% commercial cars
* 40% buses
* 30% private cars
* 15% electrification of all vehicles
- 100% exemption of road tax and registration fees.
- Change in charging infrastructures and swappable stations will be changed to fast charging stations.
- Providing more opportunity of jobs in the market in the field with a vision of developing more opportunities.
The EV Policy have much more than this in it and each and every details can be accessed by the following links :