Some of the key objectives of the policy are to promote swapping of batteries with Advanced Chemistry Cell (ACC) batteries to decouple battery costs from the upfront costs of purchasing EVs, thereby driving EV adoption. Offer flexibility to EV users by promoting the development of battery swapping as an alternative to charging facilities. Establish principles behind technical standards that would enable the interoperability of components within a battery swapping ecosystem, without hindering market-led innovation etc.
Publisher/Organisation: Andaman & Nicobar Administration, Directorate of Transport
The primary objective of the A&N Islands EV Policy 2022 is to accelerate adoption of
EVs for improvement in the air quality such that they contribute to 30% of the new registrations
by 31st December, 2026.
Haryana Government launched Electric Vehicle Policy-Draft to promote clean transport, ensure environmental sustainability by reducing pollution, create an ecosystem for manufacturing Electric Vehicles (EVs) in Haryana.
The main objectives of the policy are to promote clean transportation by promotion of use of Electric Vehicles (EVs) in the State. Set up widespread and accessible charging infrastructure to make usage of Electric Vehicles affordable and easy. Facilitate manufacturing of Electric Vehicles, its major components and batteries in the state thereby generate employment opportunities in the State. Promote Research and Development (R&D) on various aspects of electric mobility.
Publisher/Organisation: Government of India, Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change
The Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, Government of India published the Battery Waste Management Rules, 2022 on 24th August, 2022 to ensure environmentally sound management of waste batteries. Notification of these rules is a transformative step towards implementation to promote Circular Economy in full earnest.