EV Adoption in India

India’s EV Sector Attracts Rs. 25,000 Crore Investments Till July 2021

Indian EV sector recorded Investments of approx. Rs. 25,000 crore during the first seven months of this year. The second wave of Covid-19 was highly destructive to almost every sector of the country. However, the electric vehicle (EV) and e-mobility sector says a different story, as it has witnessed numerous financial deals and investments. India’s e-mobility […]

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States with Attractive Subsidies Under Their EV Policies

States with new or modified Ev policies giving subsidies over and above the central government’s subsidies under FAME II. The country is in a constant hustle to ramp up EV adoption. Although the central government has brought up schemes like Faster Adoption and Manufacturing of Electric Vehicles (FAME I and FAME II). Recently the government […]

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Triton EV Signs MoU for 2,100 Crores Investment in Telangana

Triton Electric Vehicle, LLC, the US-based electric vehicle (EV) subsidiary of a leading solar panel and battery engineering firm, Triton Solar, has announced signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the state of Telangana to set up its manufacturing plant with an investment of Rs. 2,100 Crores. The EV major has announced that it will […]

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Gujarat EV Policy 2021: EV Subsidies, 250 Charging Stations & More…

Recently we reported that Maharashtra has released its draft new electric vehicle (EV) Policy, and now the neighbouring state of Gujarat has followed suit with its EV Policy. The chief minister of Gujarat, Mr. Vijay Rupani through a live press conference released the Gujarat EV Policy 2021. CM Rupani stressed on the environmental betterment from […]

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DHI Increases Incentives for Electric Two Wheelers Under FAME II

In a constant push towards dynamic electric vehicle (EV) adoption in the country, the Department of Heavy Industries (DHI) has brought up some partial modifications in the FAME II (Faster Adoption and Manufacturing of Electric Vehicles in India Phase II). DHI has increased the demand incentives by 50 percent for the electric two-wheeler (E2Ws). Hence, […]

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Electric Vehicle Demand in India More Than Doubled in the Last 3 Years

In a written reply to a question on electric vehicles (EVs) in the Lok Sabha, Minister of State for Heavy Industries Arjun Ram Meghwal said that the number of registered EVs as per the e-Vahan portal during the last three years has seen a consistent increase. As against 69,012 units of EVs sold in India […]

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