Delhi EV Policy

ICCT Suggests Placing Premium on Battery Electric Trucks in Delhi EV Policy 2.0

The current Electric Vehicle Policy of Delhi phases out this August. The policy, without a doubt, has played a key role in giving an impetus to e-mobility in Delhi. The International Council On Clean Transportation has come up with recommendations for the city’s Electric Vehicle Policy 2.0. The report stresses on providing incentives for medium […]

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Second Phase of Expansion of EV Charging Stations in New Delhi Gets NDMC Nod

The New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) has given its nod to a proposal on the establishment of additional electric vehicle (EV) charging stations in Delhi. This is the second phase of expansion for EV charging stations in the city. The NDMC gave its approval to the EV charging station in NDMC area as part of […]

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Delhi Set To Welcome New Electric Vehicle Policy

Delhi’s Electric Vehicle Policy will expire this August. Officials maintain that 86% of the targets that had been set it by it have been achieved. Further, the government has disbursed subsidies in the EV sector worth INR 154 Cr. The Delhi government has already begun work on a revised version of the draft policy and […]

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ETO Motors Rolls Out 45 E-Autos with Women Drivers at Delhi Metro Station

ETO Motors, a firm that deves in EMaaS (Electric Mobility as a Service) has introduced 45 electric L5 three-wheelers with women driver partners at Kalkaji Metro Station in New Delhi. This is ETO’s second launch in the city. Earlier, the firm had launched 36 E3Ws at Azadpur Metro Station for LMC service in December 2022. […]

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The Top 3 States With Biggest EV Subsidies In India

India has been successful in spurring the Electric Vehicles trend in the country. While the central efforts were instrumental in this development, the contributions of various states in terms of subsidies have formed the backbone of EV adaptation as well. However, keep in mind that subsidies are unlikely to last very long, possibly not beyond […]

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Delhi High Court Rejects PIL Seeking Use of Lead Acid Batteries in e-Rickshaws

The Delhi High Court rejected a public interest litigation (PIL) which sought to allow the use of lead acid batteries in electric rickshaws. The bench of Chief Justice Satish Chandra Sharma and Justice Subramoniam Prasad refused to entertain the IPL filed by an e-rickshaw driver which challenged Delhi Transport Authority’s order that refuses the registration […]

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Delhi Leans On Aggregators, Logistics Firms For Quick EV Gains

The AAP (Aam Aadmi Party) run Delhi state government has now notified a draft “aggregator’s policy”, under which ride aggregators and delivery services will have to mandatorily adopt EVs while procuring new fleet. Just two weeks back, the state transport minister had stuck to a gentle urging to aggregators, hence the move to mandatory shift […]

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Delhi Announces Interest Subvention Scheme of 5% in EV Purchases

Delhi Transport minister Kailash Gahlot has announced that the government is soon going to introduce an interest subvention scheme worth 5 percent for electric vehicle (EV) purchases in the state. This initiative has been taken to promote the Delhi government’s EV policy offering financial incentives on all categories of e-vehicles – two-wheelers, three-wheelers, four-wheelers, goods […]

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EV Policy Announcement saw Share of EVs in Delhi Rise to 2.2% In 3 Months: DDC

The share of EVs in Delhi has increased from less than 1% to 2.2% in 3 months after the Delhi EV Policy was launched, per DDC Vice-Chairperson. In a webinar hosted by the Dialogue and Development Commission (DDC), DDC vice-chairperson Jasmine Shah announced that the share of electric vehicles (EVs) in the city has increased […]

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