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Uttar Pradesh Electric Vehicle Manufacturing and Mobility Policy 2019

Publication Year: 2019


Having the country's largest consumer base, the Electric Vehicle market in Uttar Pradesh is set to boom with various schemes of Government of India (eg. FAME II). Uttar Pradesh has been the third-largest beneficiary under the FAME scheme, with 14,564 EVs on road, largely comprising 2-Wheelers (max power not exceeding 250 Watts), followed by 4-wheelers (passenger cars – Category M1 as per CMVR).

Towards this, the Uttar Pradesh Electric Vehicles Manufacturing and Mobility Policy 2018 provides attractive fiscal and non-fiscal to attract investments to promote Electric mobility in the state. The policy also promotes early adoption of EVs in the state as well as create demand in the sector. Therefore, the policy contains 3- components:-

  1. Manufacturing
  2. Charging infrastructure
  3. Demand Creation

This policy complements the UP Industrial Investment and Employment Promotion Policy (UP IIEP), 2017. Besides the department of infrastructure & industrial development, department of transport, department of power and department of urban development play a pivotal role in the implementation of this policy. The main objectives of this policy are:

  • To promote the adoption of EVs in the state to create a greener environment in the state
  • To establish Uttar Pradesh as a preferred destination for attracting investments in manufacturing of Electric Vehicles (EV)
  • To create employment opportunities both from supply-side and demand-side of Electric Vehicles
  • To create a conducive environment for a shift from Internal Combustion (IC) engines to Electric Vehicles (EVs)
  • To encourage the use of Hybrid EVs (HEVs) and Plug-in-electric vehicles (PEVs) during the transition phase
  • To develop human capital and augment the power capacity to meet the needs of the industry promoting electric mobility in the state
  • To develop a strong and sustainable ecosystem for battery management, right from the production stage to disposal stage

Country: India

Publisher/Organisation: Department of Infrastructure and Industrial Development, Governmnet of Uttar Pradesh

Rights: Department of Infrastructure and Industrial Development, Governmnet of Uttar Pradesh


Theme: Policies and Regulations | Subtheme: State level

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