Govt issued eligibility criteria for EV
components under FAME II
The Ministry of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises (MHIPE) has issued a notification to all the testing agencies under the second phase of the Faster Adoption and Manufacturing of Electric Vehicles in India Phase II (FAME India Phase II).
Govt issued eligibility criteria for EV components
The notification is for the eligibility under the revised Phased Manufacturing Program (PMP) for xEV components. The xEV ( electromotive vehicles such as hybrid electric vehicles, plug-in hybrid electric vehicles, and fuel-cell electric vehicles.
The government had made an announcement last year that it would set up a national mission on transformative mobility and battery storage initiatives. The cabinet had approved the development of the Phased Manufacturing Program to support the development of large-scale, export competitive integrated batteries and cell-manufacturing giga-scale projects in India.
This program will be valid for 5 years until 2024, helps in the localisation of production across the entire electric vehicle value chain. The main motto of this mission is to make the technology sustainable and holistic mobility solutions all over the country.
In the revised program, the traction battery pack will be assembled domestically and the battery cells and thermal and battery management systems to be imported.
The other parts and components other than the ones mentioned in the list below should be domestically manufactured and assembled. The xEV parts should have safety components notified by the central motor vehicle rules (CMVR) and must be tested by the testing agencies.
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