With the aim of creating a clean Uttarakhand, the state EV policy talks about 100 percent electrification of the bus fleet and other shared mobility by 2030. The state also envisions electrification of mini cargo vehicles in the next decade. The hill state’s policy lays special emphasis on hybrid and plug-in EVs during the transition period.
- Loans ranging from Rs10 crore to Rs50 crore each would be provided to MSMEs interested in EV manufacturing
- To encourage the use of hybrid EVs (HEVs) and plug-in EVs (PEVs) during the transition period, road tax/registration fee for the first 100,000 EVs waived off
|Policy focus areas||Demand side incentives||Incentives for charging infrastructure||Manufacturing incentives for EVs and components||Research and innovation|