Bumper subsidy on electric vehicles
According to Gehlot, ‘The subsidy on electric cars in Delhi’s EV policy is reducing the total cost of ownership of electric cars by 30 percent. A person can save Rs 1050 per month by switching to EV from a diesel car.
In view of the increasing demand for electric car, many companies have entered India.
Electric vehicles will now run in all departments of Delhi government
The Delhi government has issued an order on Thursday saying that all the departments, autonomous bodies and grant-making institutions of the Delhi government will convert their existing conventional fueled vehicles fleet into electric vehicles. 2,000 cars will be affected by this decision and it will be converted into electric vehicles within the next 6 months.
Kejriwal gave this response
Praising the decision, Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal also tweeted, ‘It will go a long way to stop pollution in Delhi. Delhi is fast becoming a modern city. Every Indian is proud of Delhi.
People said this about electric vehicles
Delhi government’s ‘Switch Delhi’ campaign is an eight-week public awareness campaign. The objective of this campaign is to inform, encourage and motivate every person in Delhi to switch from polluting vehicles to zero-emission electric vehicles. Anju Jain says, electric vehicles are easy to buy, electric vehicles are better than ICE vehicles in terms of speed and performance. Thanks to EV policy of Delhi government. I got a profit of around 3 lakhs, charge EV at my home from 15A plug point and it lasts for about 220 km.
About 29 thousand rupees can be saved annually by purchasing an electric three-wheeler auto.
The future of the next generation will be safe
At the same time, Amit Arya says, ‘Thanks to the help of Delhi Government, getting a more expensive vehicle at a cheaper price, I want to encourage people to buy EVs, Overnight charging lasts 7-10 days, we The future of the next generation is to be secured, therefore, we have to take this wise step to switch to EV and save the environment.
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Overall, the Delhi Transport Department has been made the nodal department to monitor the progress of converting the existing diesel or petrol vehicle fleet to EV. It will also be necessary for all departments that they will submit a monthly action report to the nodal department to convert them into electric vehicles.