The government of India has taken multiple initiatives to promote the manufacturing and adoption f electric vehicles in India. With the support f the Government, electric vehicles ave started penetrating in the Indian market. However, the availability of adequate Chrhging Infrastructure is one of the key requirements or accelerated f electric vehicles in India.
India is currently heading towards an electrifying future. Environment pollution is increasing day by day, and the transportation sector is one of the major contributors to CO2 emissions. There is an onus to combat climate change by building sustainable smart cities and the government of India has taken the first step towards it in the Union Budget 2019.
In an endeavor to push for electric mobility, the government has lowered the GST rate on Electric vehicles to 5 percent from 12 percent and has made EVs affordable for consumers with additional income -tax deduction. The center has also proposed to set up electric vehicle (EV) charging stations in large cities, state capitals, and smart cities.
As per statistics, Sales of electric vehicles will increase from 1.1 Million worldwide last year to 11 Million in 2025, and then surging to 30 Million in 2030. The government has also mandated that all new three-wheelers sold in the country should be fully electric starting from April 1, 2023, and two-wheelers below 150 cc engine, from April 1, 2025.
Autobot India has announced 3 days professional level Knowledge Improvement Program to benefit business professionals, project consultants, diversifying corporates, startups, and MSMEs on the new EV charging infrastructure policies, new business opportunities & models, and technology advancements to help you to gain the updated knowledge and information on Charging Infrastructure. This KIP program also integrated with a site visit to help you to understand the Charging infra model and its eco-system.
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