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Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal launches the New vehicle Policy after 2010 under FAME India

Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal launches the New vehicle Policy after 2010 under FAME India: Reducing Air Pollution by achieving the sale of 6-7 million sales of hybrid and electric vehicles
Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal launches the New vehicle Policy after 2010 under FAME India

Delhi government has come up with an e-vehicle policy. E-vehicle is an electric vehicle that operates on an electric motor, instead of internal combustion which would generate power by burning a mix of fuel and gases which are generally harmful to nature. The government has launched an electric vehicle policy to ensure the capital’s transition to clean energy. 

There are certain incentives taken up by the state on the facilities of buying new electric vehicles, scrapping cars running on petrol and diesel, and low -interest loans for battery-run commercial vehicles which would ensure the consumers a wide range to the access of the vehicles.  

Under this, the common man will get subsidies of 30,000 on purchasing e-vehicles, auto-rickshaws, freight vehicles. Rs. 1.5 lakh incentives on cars. The cost of electric vehicles is quite high today. The vehicles which emit pollutants containing sulfur and harmful particles. Because of their non - affordability they are purchased by people and hence not promoted. The Delhi government has aimed its target to enhance the production of electric vehicles more than diesel/ petrol vehicles. 

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The incentives would be funded through the pollution cess and additional road tax on the petrol and diesel vehicles users, “especially luxury cars “. 

The congestion fee on all vehicles except those which are driven by the battery, the policy says. The cess would cause the additional tax. The congestion fee which would again charge an extra fee for the luxury vehicles. 

Target :

1. The government sets up a target of 25% sale of e-vehicles registration by 2024. The recent percentage is 0.2% as told by the transport minister Kailash Gahlot.

2. The government promises to remove the cap from e-vehicles 

3. The policy expects delivery service with 2 wheeler e-vehicle by 100% in 2025. 

4. The state-run buses would be transformed into electricity. 

5. Aims to create 200 charging station in Delhi with a supply of charging station to provide it within 3km 

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