The EVs market is developing every day as the EVs are zero emission vehicles which not only saves our environment but also helps us save our money which we spend to buy costlier petrol or diesel for internal combustion vehicles. Let us have a look at Electric Vehicle Market Condition Report of Delhi.
This article helps EV manufacturers, Entrepreneurs, Dealers, and researchers to know about the electric vehicle market condition in Delhi.
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As per FAME India Reports as on 27th February, the capital city of India, Delhi stands at the 5th position by the total number of 19,507 Electric Vehicles in the State.
Electric Vehicle Market Condition Report of Delhi
Electric Vehicles market is developing in India rapidly but to know the exact EV market some factors need to be included such as Government support, Policies, awareness, achievements, dealers, and sales report.
Delhi EV Policy 2018-23 to Support Eco-Friendly Mobility
Delhi EV Policy Highlights
- Vehicles to be eligible under FAME India or
- Should have been notified as being eligible by the transport department, GNCTD.
- The vehicle should be High power two-wheelers with an Advanced battery
- Incentives are applicable for electric two-wheelers that are comparable to above 90 cc ICE two-wheelers
Delhi Government Dedication For Electric Vehicle Adoption
Incentive details for Two-Wheelers
- The incentive amount is equivalent to 50% of FAME India subsidies, funds given by the air ambiance fund of DPCC
- An Additional Top-up incentive of up to 50% on the FAME India incentive will be given to Swappable batteries for a period of 3 years from the notification.
Two-wheeler taxies are allowed with a registration.
- No parking fees and registration fees for two-wheelers with and Advance battery.
15,000 incentive for ICE two-wheelers owners for scrapping into electric vehicles for 2 years of notification
- No road tax, Registration charges, MCD one-time parking fee, and autorickshaw permit fees.
- A valid light motor vehicle driving license(DL) and a PSV badge will be eligible to apply for e-auto permits.
- Hire purchase and hypothecation of e-autos will be allowed for scheduled banks and non-banking financial companies (NBFCs) duly approved by the reserve bank of India.
- Fleet owners will also be allowed to obtain and hold e-auto permits.
- Individuals with DL and PSV badge will be eligible to apply for e-auto Permits.
- Fleet owners can also obtain and hold e-auto permits.
- Financing companies for TSRs will get 5% of purchase price, the maximum amount is ₹12,500
- Financing companies for TSRs will get 5% interest subvention for a loan amount of ₹2,50,000 and a maximum loan tenor of 3 years.
- Financing companies for E-Rickshaws will get 10% of purchase price, the maximum amount is ₹20,000.
- Financing companies for E-Rickshaws will get 5% interest subvention for a loan amount of ₹1,80,000 and a maximum loan tenor of 3 years.
- Encouraging App-based e-cab/e=auto with cashback offers.
- 100 pure electric buses in 2019.
- Incentives to operators of private buses
- 50% of public transport should be electric in Delhi by 2023.
Goods Carrier(3 WHEELER)
- Incentives for the first 500 e-carriers to be registered.
- No road tax, registration fees and MCD one-time parking fee.
No road tax, registration fees and MCD one-time parking fee for a period of 2018-2023.
Delhi Government Support for Electric Vehicle
- Delhi To Have Electric Public Transportation
- EV adoption will provide jobs in the form of e-auto, e-cab drivers, charging station operators and EV service mechanics.
- Partnership with auto OEMs, EOs, and BSOs for job creation.
- EV training classes for mechanics and charging station staff.
- Private sector partnership for job creation.
- Delhi Government has received a proposal from the Tata Power Delhi to join the hands to lineup the electric buses.
- Discom Encourages Green Bus Infra In Delhi.
- Allotment of 20% space in residential and commercial complexes.
- Government organization BHEL (Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd) installation of electric vehicle solar-based charging stations on Delhi-Chandigarh Highway.
- Installation of 25 Electric Vehicle Charging Stations In Lutyens’ Delhi.
- Every 25 km, public charging station should be installed on both sides of the highways recommends the government.
Delhi Government Charging Infrastructure Adoption
Private Charging Infrastructure
- Private charging points at new and renovated non-residential buildings with parking space more than 10 equivalent car spaces (ECS)
- One EV AC charger for a parking area of more than 10 ECS
- 100% grant on the purchase and installation cost of charging points up to ₹30,000 per charging point for the first 10,000 charging points.
- Chargers should comply with BEVC-AC001 specifications.
- Electricity tariff for charging stations – ₹5.50 per kWh.
Public Charging Infrastructure
- Charging facilities within 3 km travel from anywhere in Delhi.
- Charging station at public parking zones, bus depots, metro stations, and other GNCTD identified
- 84 Fast Charging EV Stations Set Up By EESL In New Delhi
Electric Vehicle Awareness Programmes in Delhi
- The EV India Summit 2018 supported by NITI Aayog, Ministry of Small, Micro & Medium Enterprises (MSME) & ARAI will be held on 18th – 19th June 2018 in New Delhi, India. EV India Summit 2018 focused jobs and opportunities for local manufacturers (including SME’s & MSME’s), research communities, policymakers, public and private enterprises, and how they can come together to create a sustainable mobility sector.
- EV summit, EV India charging conclave 2018 conducted from Oct 25 – 26, 2018. The main agenda for this summit was Charging stations in India, Upcoming and futuristic business models for EV charging stations, Battery swapping technology Support from Government for EV industries etc were some of its topics discussed.
- Conference on Electric Vehicles- Sustainable Transformation Of Indian Mobility, the objectives of this conference Policy, Regulatory and Financing issues of the industry to Policymakers and the Government of India, Support from the Government to EV manufacturers & suppliers Deliberate on Available Technology and Advancement for future and Current Market Structure and Business Opportunity in EV.
- 2nd Annual, EV India Summit 2019, held on 25-27 February with the themes EV and INDIA – Insight of the current pain points for the correct mechanics, Government and Private INITIATIVES to keep the EV engine ignition “ON, EV Today – Disruptive outline for a cohesive growth, Outlook from the world- Nurturing a constructive approach for a strategic roadmap.
- EV conclave, Powering Sustainable Future held on 20 Feb 2019 – The Lalit, New Delhi. The conclave focused on the electric vehicle ecosystem, the government’s steps towards promoting it, the automobile industry’s readiness for EV, the possibility of building economically viable charging infrastructure, and battery technologies that can be improved and adopted.
Electric Vehicle Dealers in Delhi
There are many electric vehicle dealers in India, as India leads in two-wheelers and three-wheelers market many dealers are two and three-wheelers. Some of the EV dealers are Hero electrics, Thukral Electric bikes, Mayuri E-rickshaw, Jezza Motors, Maruthi Electrical auto, Tata Motors, The Royal Motors, MG Tata Motors etc., Electric Vehicle Market Condition in Delhi.
Let us now look into some statics of Electric Vehicle Market Condition.
Electric Vehicle Market Condition Of Delhi As Of 27th February
|2 Wheelers||Two Wheelers (Category L1 & L2 as per Central Motor Vehicles Rules (CMVR))||1395|
|2 Wheelers||Two Wheelers (Category L2 (CMVR))||329|
|2 Wheelers||Two Wheelers (Max power not exceeding 250 Watts)||5015|
|3 Wheelers||Three Wheelers (Category L5 as per CMVR)||1|
|4 Wheelers||Passenger Cars (Category M1 as per CMVR)||12745|
|Buses||LCVs (Category N1 as per CMVR)||21|
According to FAME INDIA reports as of 23rd February 2019,
- Two Wheelers (Category L1 & L2 as per Central Motor Vehicles Rules (CMVR))- 1395
- Two Wheelers (Category L2 (CMVR))- 329
- Two Wheelers (Max power not exceeding 250 Watts)-5015
- Three Wheelers (Category L5 as per CMVR)- 1
- 4 Wheelers Passenger Cars (Category M1 as per CMVR)- 12745
- Buses- LCVs (Category N1 as per CMVR)- 21
- Total number of electric vehicles in the state- 19507