State Government Announcement: Gujarat announces electric vehicle policy
State Government Announcement: Gujarat announces electric vehicle policy for next four years, subsidy of Rs 20,000 for two-wheeler and Rs 1.5 lakh for four-wheeler
Gujarat is the first country in the country to announce an electric vehicle policy
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An electric vehicle policy has been announced for the next four years in Gujarat. Gujarat is the first in the country to announce this policy. Chief Minister Vijay Rupani held a press conference and informed about the subsidy available in the electric vehicle policy, in which a subsidy of Rs 20,000 for 2-wheelers and Rs 1.5 lakh for 4-wheelers has also been announced.
New e-vehicle technology will be promoted
This policy will promote new e-vehicle technology and increase employment opportunities in e-vehicle driving, sales, financing, servicing and charging sectors.
Will happen. The State Government with the careful consideration and opinions and assistance of various experts in the field of electric vehicles related to technology, manufacturing process as well as e-vehicles.
This e-vehicle policy of Gujarat has been formulated keeping in view the factors and policies of the Government of India. Rupani said that Gujarat Electric Vehicle Policy is mainly
Special emphasis has been given on four things.
Air pollution is also significantly reduced
To increase the use of electric vehicles in the state, to make the state a manufacturing hub for the production of e-vehicles and related equipment as well as in the field of electric mobility.
The multiple goals are to encourage young startups and investors as well as protect the environment by reducing air-noise pollution from vehicle fuel fumes.
Of the policy. It is estimated that 1 lakh 10 thousand two-wheelers, 70 thousand three-wheelers and 20 thousand four-wheelers will come to the state in the next 4 years. From such vehicles
Consumption costs per kilometer are on average 30 to 50 per cent lower than other vehicles, as well as a significant reduction in air pollution.
Carbon emissions will be reduced by 6 lakh tonnes
In the next four years, when 2 lakh electric vehicles come on the roads of Gujarat, at least about five crore rupees of fuel will be saved and approximately 6
It is estimated that carbon emissions will decrease by one lakh tonnes. The notion that electric vehicles are expensive and beyond the reach of the average person is dispelled
The policy is based on the idea that the target of using two lakh electric vehicles in four years will become a reality. State Government Procurement of Electric Vehicles
For Rs. Will give a subsidy of 10 thousand.
In four years, the state government has spent Rs. 870 crore
The Chief Minister said that other states in the country would get such subsidy at a maximum of Rs. 5 thousand, while in Gujarat it is double that means Rs. 10
The government will provide a subsidy of Rs. As a result, in four years, the state government has spent Rs. 870 crore. Rupani said the electric two-wheeler buyer in the state
Individuals will get a subsidy incentive of up to Rs 20,000. Similarly for three-wheeler up to Rs 50,000 and for four-wheeler Rs. Up to 1 lakh 50 thousand will be given. This
The subsidy will be available to two-wheelers worth up to Rs 1.50 lakh, three-wheelers worth up to Rs 5 lakh and four-wheelers worth up to Rs 15 lakh.
Vijay Rupani made the announcement at a press conference
Everyone gets equal opportunity to invest in the state of Gujarat.
Launched a new policy today.
Electric vehicles are used by more people.
The announcement was made to reduce petrol-diesel consumption.
Electric vehicles reduce pollution.
The goal of becoming an electric vehicle for people is important.
The government emphasizes two-wheelers, three-wheelers and four-wheelers.
This policy will prevent 6 lakh carbon emissions.
The subsidy will be Rs 20,000 for two-wheelers, Rs 50,000 for three-wheelers and Rs 1.5 lakh for four-wheelers