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Delhi Electric Vehicles Policy 2020

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Publication Year: 2020

Abstract:

The Council of Ministers, Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi (in short “GNCTD”), approved the Delhi Electric Vehicles Policy vide Cabinet Decision No. 2796 dated 23-12-2019. The policy recognizes that a new approach is required to kick-start the adoption of Electric Vehicle in Delhi, as, despite the Govt. push, the pace of adoption of Electric vehicles failed to meet the expectations. Therefore the 2020 EV policy seeks to put in place a comprehensive set of measures for giving impetus to the adoption of Electric Vehicles.

The primary objective of the Delhi Electric Vehicle Policy, 2020 (in short “Policy”) is to establish Delhi as the EV capital of India and accelerate the pace of EV adoption across vehicle segments, especially in the mass category of two-wheelers, public/shared transport vehicles and goods carriers. The policy shall seek to drive rapid adoption of Battery Electric Vehicles (BEVs) so that they contribute to 25% of all new vehicle registrations by 2024 and bring about a material improvement in Delhi's environment by bringing down emissions from the transport sector.

Policy Brief No.: DC/OPS/TPT/1260/2018/38704

Country: India

Publisher/Organisation: Transport Department, Government of NCT of Delhi

Rights: Transport department, Governmnet of NCT of delhi

URL:
https://transport.delhi.gov.in/sites/default/files/All-PDF/Delhi_Electric_Vehicles_Policy_2020.pdf

Theme: Policies and Regulations | Subtheme: State level

Tags: Electric Mobility Policy, Electric Vehicle Policy, State Electric Vehicle Policy, State EV Policy, Electric Vehicle Policy, EV Policy, Delhi EV Policy, Delhi Electric Vehicle Policy, Delhi State EV Policy, Delhi State Electric Vehicle Policy

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