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TN electric mobility policy, manam inka Ra Ja KaJa MaJa ne

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Every state in the country know the focus is shifting towards electric mobility, IT lo laga evaru lead tesukunte they will have more advantage.

Automobile industry ki already Chennai or TN is preferred destination, now they made a big step towards electric mobility tooo.

https://www.thehindubusinessline.com/news/national/tamil-nadu-unveils-electric-mobility-policy-with-plethora-of-incentives/article29431014.ece

 

Highlights of the Policy:

 

  • Vision to attract ₹50,000 crore investments in EV manufacturing and create 1.5 lakh new jobs
  • All-electric vehicles including two and three-wheelers, cars, buses and commercial vehicles to get 100% road tax exemption till the end of 2022
  • Special incentives to the EV and their components manufacturers having a minimum investment of over ₹50 crores, creating employment opportunity for atleast 50 people
  • 100% refund of State GST (SGST) for EVs made and sold in Tamil Nadu until 2030
  • Capital subsidy of 15% and 20% for investments in EV manufacturing and battery production, respectively till 2025
  • Exclusive EV parks in major auto manufacturing hubs
  • 15% subsidy on the cost of land for an electric vehicle or parts production project in the state’s industrial parks. For projects started in southern districts, the investors will get 50% subsidies until 2022.
  • 100% exemption from stamp duty for purchase of land to establish EV and EV part units
  • The EV or parts production units in Tamil Nadu will also get 100% exemption from electricity tax
  • Charging infrastructure projects to be encouraged. Government will establish charging infrastructure on its own or through public-private partnerships
  • Changes in the building and construction laws to incorporate charging infrastructure in the planning stage

MOnna CG budget lo they made it clear about focus on Electric mobility, aa opportunity use cheskodaniki ilanti policylu emanna chese alochana koda unatlu knaipinchatla

Mana CM emo America velli Janalu leni meetinglu pettukoni SM lo hadavidi chesthu PR build chesukunta unte,

TN CM had visited Tesla plant and had discussions with them, Eee policy koda inline with it to attract those companies and supporting units

 

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actually in delhi circle of central govt departments, EV related equipment impirt and exports ki tax exemption ivvali ani september 20 gst council meeting lo decide avvacchu ani talk nadusthundi...gujarat, tamil nadu, karnataka, maharashtra, haryana proposals pettaru....except telangana and ap andaru solar, artificial intelligence, electric vehicles, lithium ion batteries, brushless dc motors meeda exemption ivvataniki ready ga vunnaru.we should observe how these two telugu states stand in near future with their over the top populist policies like navaratnalu, auto vallaki 10 k..monthly.etc... 

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8 minutes ago, kartheeks said:

actually in delhi circle of central govt departments, EV related equipment impirt and exports ki tax exemption ivvali ani september 20 gst council meeting lo decide avvacchu ani talk nadusthundi...gujarat, tamil nadu, karnataka, maharashtra, haryana proposals pettaru....except telangana and ap andaru solar, artificial intelligence, electric vehicles, lithium ion batteries, brushless dc motors meeda exemption ivvataniki ready ga vunnaru.we should observe how these two telugu states stand in near future with their over the top populist policies like navaratnalu, auto vallaki 10 k..monthly.etc... 

populist policies chesthe chesaru they should understand the priorities and pull up socks to be in the race.

Early pitching advantage once missed is missed forever

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