Transport & Environment minister of Delhi, Kailash Gahlot stated that “After the execution of Nation capital’s EV policy a year ago, the Delhi Govt has declared that an aggregate of more than 450+ Electric vehicles has been enrolled.
Under Delhi’s EV policy, Delhi Govt gives impetuses of up to three lakhs including one and a half lakh bonus, enrollment, and road tax exception. “This is the most noteworthy exception in the nation and makes the complete expense of responsibility for an EV in the union territory equivalent to a diesel vehicle,”
“This assistance gave an EV under the Electric vehicle policy diminish the absolute expense of EVs by up to 30%”. An individual can save up to a thousand rupees each month by changing from an EV to a diesel-operated vehicle”.
After 14 days stretch of Delhi’s “Switch Delhi” mission to elevate EVs reached a conclusion, he also stated that the program stressed advancing electric 4 wheelers and sharpening individuals towards their advantages. This process will help the residents of Delhi.
Anju Jain, who purchased an EV, hailed Delhi’s electric vehicle policy, “Purchasing an EV was so helpful and it offers an easy and quiet drive. Driving an electric vehicle is a route better compared to driving an ICE car regarding speed and ability. Because of Delhi’s electric vehicle policy, I got advantages of around 3 lakhs and furthermore, a waiver out and about the assessment of tax and registration expense. I charge my electric vehicle at my house through a 15A fitting point and it runs for around more than 200 kilometers”.
Another electric vehicle customer Vivek Ahuja stated that Delhi’s drive had given him the trust and urged him to buy an EV. “I have just navigated 15k kilometers with no issue. Never stalled out and about and confronted no charging issues. I generally charge my electric vehicle at house or other places and that too once in 3 days. It is a basic technique, much the same as charging different things at home with the assistance of a 15Amp plug point. I got an endowment of Rs one and a half lakh under the policy”.