To accelerate adoption of EV . Aims to make EVs about 10% of new vehicle registrations till 2025.
25% Electrification of last mile delivery and public transport within 6 targeted urban areas by 2025.
To make 15% of MSRTC’s fleet into electric buses.
Maharashtra state government policies should become the top producer of BEVs (Battery Electric Vehicles) with respect to annual production capacity.
In 7 major urban places and 4 national highways, 2375 public & semi-public charging stations will be developed.
From Apr 2022, all the new Maharashtra State Government Bonds vehicles will be EVs.
Fleet aggregators like Ecommerce, delivery/logistic companies in the urban regions should have EVs making up to 25% of the fleet.
Incentive plans for EVs and related infrastructure will be formed.
Societies installing private charging infrastructure will receive property tax rebates.
EVs sold in the state will be exempted from road Maharashtra state government tax on petrol.
EVs eligible under the policy will be exempt from Maharashtra state government registration charges too.
Demand incentives are planned as follows, 2 wheelers: Rs. 29,000-44,000. 3 wheelers: Rs. 57,000-92000. 4 wheelers: Rs. 1,75,000-2,75,000.
Demand Incentives available upfront to customers from manufacturers and dealers.
Charging infrastructure incentives will receive the following incentives per public charging station, Slow: Rs. 10,000. Moderate/Fast: Rs. 5,00,000.