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Delhi government introduced new electric vehicle policy, set target of 5 lakh EV registrations in 5 years


Delhi rolls out electric vehicle policy to boost economy, create jobs

new Delhi. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Friday introduced a new electric vehicle policy, Which aims to accelerate the economy in the national capital, Generate employment and reduce air pollution. At the press conference, the Chief Minister said that today we have notified the electric vehicle policy. With this policy,Our aim is to accelerate the economy of Delhi and reduce air pollution in the national capital.

New in delhi Incentives will be provided by the State Government on the purchase of electric vehicles. 30 on purchase of electric two wheel,000 rupees, on the car 1.5 lakh rupees, On autos 30,000 rupees, On an e-rickshaw Up to Rs 30,000 and On cargo vehicle Relief up to Rs 30,000 will be given. Center on Electric VehiclesIncentives are also given by the Central Government, But the incentives given in Delhi will be different from that.

Kejriwal said that with this new policy, we have set a target of registration of 5 lakh electric vehicles in the next 5 years. Scrapping incentives will also be given in Delhi, under which loans will be given on cheap interest to buy electric commercial vehicles. Both registration fees and road tax will be waived on electric vehicles. A network of charging stations will be formed all over Delhi. A target has been set to construct 200 charging stations in 1 year. A charging station will be built every 3 kilometers.

This post was published on August 7, 2020 3:19 pm

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