The central Indian state’s EV policy has been formulated with a view to bring down emissions, improve air quality and create a sustainable EV ecosystem. For rapid adoption, it provides incentives like free parking, exemptions in road and registration taxes and battery swapping technology for three-wheelers. The state envisages 25% of all new vehicles registered to be EVs by 2026.
- Provide the marginally increased incentives including land concessions and FAR relaxation
- 1% road tax and exemption of registration fee for the first five-year period
|Policy focus areas||Demand side incentives||Incentives for charging infrastructure||Manufacturing incentives for EVs and components||Research and innovation|