The promotion of electric vehicles is the top priority of the Telangana government: Minister


Hyderabad, December 4 (UNI) Telangana Transport Minister Puvvada Ajay Kumar has said promoting electric vehicles (EVs) is the top priority of the state government.

Speaking at the high-level ministerial roundtable hosted by the Indian government’s Ministry of Heavy Industries in Goa for the promotion of electric vehicles, M. he becomes the third Indian state to launch an electric vehicle policy and of energy storage after Delhi and Gujarat.

The minister said that the Telangana government, as part of its new policy of promoting electric vehicles, offers 100% exemption from road tax and registration fees for the first two electric two-wheelers purchased and registered in the state.

He informed that many concessions are given to those who buy and register electric vehicles in the state and said that the first two electric two-wheel lakhs, 20,000 cars, 10,000 light commercial vehicles, 5,000 electric cars and the first 500 electric buses would be exempt from road tax and registration fees.

The Telangana government is also promoting the use of electric vehicles in the public transport system and is taking the necessary steps for the establishment of charging stations. Steps are also being taken by the state government to promote electric vehicles.

The Telangana government will develop new policies and provide incentives for the manufacture and use of electric vehicles in accordance with the latest policies, the minister said.

Mr Kumar said Telangana is a major base for the electric vehicle and ESS (energy storage system) sectors and will attract investments worth $ 4 billion and create jobs for 120,000 people from by 2030 through electric vehicles in shared mobility, the development of charging infrastructure and the storage system of electric vehicles and energy (ESS) manufacturing activities.



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