Himachal Pradesh EV Policy: State Government Dharamshala, Shimla, Mandi and Baddi will be made EV Town (Electric Vehicle Town). At the same time, there is also a plan to make many types of electric vehicles in Himachal Pradesh by 2025.
Himachal Pradesh EV Subsidy: The demand for electric vehicles is increasing in India. To save the cost of petrol and diesel, people are also taking interest in battery operated vehicles. These vehicles are also good for the environment as they do not cause pollution. Although, common trains In comparison, their cost is much higher. so the government Electric Vehicles To promote this, the government also gives concession like subsidy. Himachal Pradesh government has also approved the new electric vehicle policy. See here how people will benefit from this policy.
Himachal Pradesh government has also brought EV policy to promote electric vehicles in the state. The state government has approved the draft electric vehicle policy. Under this, the government has decided to take several steps, so that the penetration of electric vehicles can be increased among the people in the hill state. Let’s look at some of the points of Himachal’s EV policy.
Himachal to become EV Hub
Under the Himachal Pradesh Electric Vehicle Policy, the government will make the state a hub of electric vehicles. By 2025, many types of electric vehicles will be manufactured in the state. This policy also includes making EV Town (Electric Vehicle Town) in Dharamshala, Shimla, Mandi and Baddi. Apart from this, all electric vehicles will be made only in Himachal Pradesh.
production of electric vehicles
Under Himachal’s policy, 15,000 four-wheelers, 50,000 two-wheelers and 500 three-wheelers will be made in the state. Special electric vehicle parks will also be set up in the state. According to the reports, the government will give subsidy on the basis of every kilowatt. Due to increase in demand for electric vehicles, employment is also expected to increase in the state. Apart from this, electric charging stations will also be built every 25 kilometers of the state’s national and state highways.
The state electricity board will supply electricity to these charging stations. People will also be given incentives to buy electric vehicles. On buying electric two-wheeler to commercial vehicle, the government will give subsidy of Rs 3,000 per kilowatt. Very few parts are used in making electric vehicles. That’s why it is very easy to operate them.