Goa targets 30% of EV subscriptions each year, providing soups for production

Goa, Sussex-style Lithuania is becoming increasingly mobile. The Goa Electric Mobility Promotion Policy, which was announced today, aims to ensure that 2021 annual vehicle registrations will be 30% EVs by 2025. This follows the announcement of the state’s first EV policy in February.

In February, the Goa government introduced various incentives designed to drive EV adoption and by 2025, 30% of all vehicle registrations will be EVs. The government is setting up a special EV cell and providing up to Rs 30,000 crore for electricity. For two- and three-wheeler buyers, no road tax or registration fees on electronic two-wheeler purchase. The government is pushing for all commercial two-wheeled vehicles in Goa to be converted to electricity by December 31, 2025.

Surprisingly, despite its size, Goa has a fleet of 625 vehicles per 100 people and ranks 15th.We In terms of the number of vehicles in the world. Goa currently has a population of about one million double wheelers, covering 70% of the total vehicle.

What is in EVP policy?
Goa EV Policy to promote electric mobility in two, three, four wheeler (passenger and commercial) sectors, to create 10,000 direct and indirect jobs, to encourage startups and investments in the sector, to promote R&D and ecology among others.

In addition to subsidizing the purchase of electronic vehicles, the regional government aims to develop the EV manufacturing ecosystem by providing up to 20% of capital subsidies. 100% net SGST fee and 50% exemption stamp duty to set up a factory. Interestingly, Goa has a large population of two-wheelers. By 2030, the same goal is to convert it into electricity. EV Policy “Make sure the switch to the switch is timed, that all two-wheeled vehicles involved in business activities in Goa must be converted to electricity by December 31, 2025. After December 31, 2030, all two-wheeled vehicles will be sold in the state. Goa will be 100% electric. But existing ICE vehicles will be allowed to operate for the rest of their lives. ‘

Charging station every 3 km
To ensure EV payment simplicity, EVA’s policy is to have an EV charging station every 3 km, and the Goa government, through the New and Renewable Energy Department, will be able to fill vacancies at low lease rates. These concession areas should be designed so that they can easily enter and exit the existing public parking zones. Installation of the first 50 charging stations in the state is expected to take place within three months of the announcement of selected Kadamba Transport Corporation (KTCL) bus depots, international airports and government buildings.

Courses in IT repair and bodybuilding skills training will begin at ITI and Polytechnic to train the necessary EVA eco-human resources. Up to 50% of the course fee, which is limited to 10,000 Rebels per year, is paid to all technical development and retraining courses associated with the Technical Education Board and the State Council for Vocational Training.

Recognizing the potential sales of EVA in Goa in September 2021, Pea Energy established its first distributor in Goa, Porverim Pillar In collaboration with Ever Automobile.

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