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All information about electric vehicles will be available on E-Amrit, government launched web portal

Efforts are being made to make electric vehicles popular and accessible among the people. Recently, Union Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari said that in the next two years, electric vehicles will cost as much as petrol vehicles. Now taking a step further in this direction, the Union Government has launched a web portal for Electric Vehicles at the ongoing United Nations Climate Change Conference in Glasgow, Scotland. NITI Aayog said in a statement that the e-Amrit website will be a one-stop destination for all information related to electric vehicles such as their purchase, investment opportunities, policies and subsidies.

This Web portal Will also dispel the myths related to electric vehicles. Apart from this, the benefits of switching to electric vehicles will be explained and all the initiatives being taken by the government will become a way to reach the people. NITI Aayog intends to add more features and introduce new tools to the e-Amrit portal to make it more interactive and user-friendly. NITI Aayog has given information related to this twitter But also shared.

The e-Amrit portal has been developed and hosted by NITI Aayog under the Collaborative Knowledge Exchange Program with the UK Government. It is a part of the UK-India Joint Roadmap 2030, which has been signed by the Prime Ministers of both the countries. The launch of the portal was attended by UK’s High-Level Climate Action Champion, Nigel Topping and NITI Aayog Advisor Sudhendu Jyoti Sinha.

In the recent past, several initiatives have been taken in the country to move towards an electric future by adopting de-carbonization and electric mobility. Schemes like FAME and PLI have been instrumental in creating an ecosystem for early adoption of electric vehicles.

Many states of the country have also started their own electric vehicle policies, in which subsidy is being given on the purchase of two, three and four wheeler electric vehicles. States have also given exemption from registration fee and road tax for electric vehicles. Rajdhani Delhi has been at the fore in the successful implementation of the Electric Vehicles Policy and has witnessed a spurt in the registration of Electric Vehicles in the last few months.

The government is also optimistic about the future of electric vehicles. Union Minister Nitin Gadkari said during a webinar organized by the Sustainability Foundation, Denmark recently that in the next two years, electric vehicles will cost as much as petrol vehicles. He said that thanks should be given to the production linked incentive given by the Government of India for this.

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