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Govt to scrap registration fees for buying electric vehicles: Javadekar
By : Sustainability ..., Feb 13, 2020
The government is promoting electric vehicles (EV) by proposing to drop registration fees and using the Union Budget to given an additional income tax deduction of Rs 1.5 lakh on interest paid on loans taken to purchase such transport, said Prakash Javadekar, Minister of...Read more..
Subject Tags: Electric Vehicles (EV) , FAME II , Ministry of heavy industry
Dept of Heavy Industries sanctions 2,636 charging stations to support EVs
By : Sustainability ..., Jan 6, 2020
In order to enhance clean mobility in the road transport sector, the Department of Heavy Industries has sanctioned 2,636 charging stations under the second phase of the Faster Adoption and Manufacturing of Electric (FAME) Vehicles in India scheme. With this, the total number...Read more..
Subject Tags: electric vehicle charging station , FAME II , Ministry of heavy industry , OEMs
Govt softens stance on time frame for transition to electric vehicles
By : Sustainability ..., Aug 1, 2019
The government seems to have softened its stance on the time frame for transition to electric vehicles (EVs). The Ministry of Heavy Industries, the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways, the...Read more..
Subject Tags: e-mobility , Electric Vehicles (EV) , EV adoption , Make in India , Ministry of heavy industry , Niti Aayog , Urban Transportation