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Ev Manufacturers Will Get Special Discount In Haryana – Electric Vehicle Policy: Special Discount for Ev Manufacturers in Haryana, Government’s Focus on Increasing Sales – CGCHOTBOX


Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal.

Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal.
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In order to reduce air pollution, the Haryana government has started increasing the manufacture and sale of electric vehicles. On the instructions of Chief Minister Manohar Lal, it has been decided to give several exemptions to electric vehicle manufacturers to set up their industries and to the already established industries for manufacturing electric vehicles. The objective behind this is to attract more and more manufacturers to set up industries in Haryana.

Industries providing basic facilities for making electric vehicles, battery of vehicles, equipment and charging stations will be given special benefits under the Haryana Electric Vehicle Policy-2022. The government is fully hopeful of selling electric powered electric vehicles in the state. Chief Minister Manohar Lal said that the pace of development is increasing in Haryana.

The proof of this is that the number of vehicles in the state has increased rapidly in the last eight years. Vehicles that run on fossil fuels are a major source of environmental pollution and are posing serious health hazards. Hence it becomes imperative to implement alternative clean and environment friendly technologies.

These exemptions will be available for setting up electric vehicle industry

  • Capital subsidy will be given in the prescribed capital investment
  • The first 20 units in the micro industry category will get a subsidy of 25 percent of the prescribed capital investment or a maximum of Rs 15 lakh.
  • The first 10 units in the small scale industry will get a subsidy of 20 percent of the prescribed capital investment or a maximum of Rs 40 lakh.
  • The first five units in the category of medium industries will get a subsidy of 20 percent of the fixed capital investment or a maximum of Rs 50 lakh.
  • The first two units in the category of heavy industries will be given a subsidy of 10 percent of the fixed capital investment or a maximum of Rs 10 crore.
  • The first three units in the category of mega industries will get a subsidy of 20 percent of the prescribed capital investment or a maximum of Rs 20 crore.
  • For subsidy, industries will have to manufacture two wheelers, three wheelers, four wheelers, buses and heavy vehicles.

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In order to reduce air pollution, the Haryana government has started increasing the manufacture and sale of electric vehicles. On the instructions of Chief Minister Manohar Lal, it has been decided to give several exemptions to electric vehicle manufacturers to set up their industries and to the already established industries for manufacturing electric vehicles. The objective behind this is to attract more and more manufacturers to set up industries in Haryana.

Industries providing basic facilities for making electric vehicles, battery of vehicles, equipment and charging stations will be given special benefits under the Haryana Electric Vehicle Policy-2022. The government is fully hopeful of selling electric powered electric vehicles in the state. Chief Minister Manohar Lal said that the pace of development is increasing in Haryana.

The proof of this is that the number of vehicles in the state has increased rapidly in the last eight years. Vehicles that run on fossil fuels are a major source of environmental pollution and are posing serious health hazards. Hence it becomes imperative to implement alternative clean and environment friendly technologies.

These exemptions will be available for setting up electric vehicle industry

  • Capital subsidy will be given in the prescribed capital investment
  • The first 20 units in the micro industry category will get a subsidy of 25 percent of the prescribed capital investment or a maximum of Rs 15 lakh.
  • The first 10 units in the small scale industry will get a subsidy of 20 percent of the prescribed capital investment or a maximum of Rs 40 lakh.
  • The first five units in the category of medium industries will get a subsidy of 20 percent of the fixed capital investment or a maximum of Rs 50 lakh.
  • The first two units in the category of heavy industries will be given a subsidy of 10 percent of the fixed capital investment or a maximum of Rs 10 crore.
  • The first three units in the category of mega industries will get a subsidy of 20 percent of the prescribed capital investment or a maximum of Rs 20 crore.
  • For subsidy, industries will have to manufacture two wheelers, three wheelers, four wheelers, buses and heavy vehicles.

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