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Is India ready for Electric Vehicles- Part 2
April 30 2024

Is India ready for Electric Vehicles- Part 2

Policies of some Indian States:

  • Karnataka – It was the first state to have come up with an electric vehicle policy
  • Maharashtra – It too has a good electric vehicle policy but it has a limit, it focuses only on the first 1 Lakh customers.
  • Telangana – It has removed road tax and registration fees on electric vehicles (But only 2 lakh electric 2-Wheelers would get the subsidy)

Automobile leaders in EV

  • Maruti Suzuki
  • Maruti Suzuki is the chief within the passenger automobiles area and has been a piece past due in leaping at the EV bandwagon.
  • Earlier this year, it stated that it will broaden electrification technology through 2025 and completely put it into effect in merchandise from 2025
  • Tata Motors
  • With the release of its a hit electric powered automobile named NEXON, it has controlled to spark pleasure amongst consumers.
  • It released the electric model of Tigor. It additionally plans to release 10 new and affordable vehicles.
  • Mahindra & Mahindra
  • From Mahindra e20 and Verito to e-buses for public transport, the corporation is absolutely in.
  • It plans to make investments of 3000 crores in the electrical car enterprise in the eminent three years.
  • Hero Motocorp
  • Hero motocorp has committed a wing named Hero Electric to layout and manufacture motorcycles.
  • With greater than a dozen motorcycles together with Atria, Photon, and Optima, Hero is already equipped to depart a mark withinside the EV area.


  • Building infrastructure for charging stations.
  • Motivating common people to buy an electric vehicle.
  • Dependence on Li-Ion imports for batteries of EVs.
  • People have issues with:
  1. Speed
  2. Charging Time
  3. Efficiency of batteries
  4. Driving range of the EVs
  • Training people in using EVs is another challenge.


  • It’s a good thing to switch to EVs, as it is an environment-friendly option but the government should ensure that the transition will be smooth.
  • We will not have to rely on foreign countries for petrol and diesel and will be a step towards Self Reliant India.


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