Delhi government launches portal for buying and registering electric autos


Delhi Government has launched My EV Portal to provide interest subvention on loan to buy Electric Auto Rickshaw. Government of Delhi has developed this website in association with Convergence Energy Services Limited (CESL). With this, those who buy e-autos get government help quickly.

Delhi has become the first state to provide such facility by launching this portal. The interest rate subsidy given on electric auto through this portal will be given Rs 25,000 on purchase of Rs 30,000.

“The interest rate subvention offered on electric autos will provide an additional incentive of Rs 25,000 on purchase incentive of Rs 30,000,” the statement said.

Transport Minister Kailash Gehlot said that the promises made by the Delhi government to the people under the leadership of Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal are being fulfilled. This online portal will allow people to choose from various approved vehicle options. This will also help in ensuring that they can easily avail interest subvention on their loans. Gehlot said that the adoption of electric vehicles has become more economical now. The government is making every effort to make Delhi the capital of electric vehicles.

My EV Portal will act as a single window for purchase and loan of Electric Autos. Delhi is the first state to provide interest subvention on electric vehicles. While the plan is currently for electric autos, it will soon be available on lithium-ion-based e-rickshaws, e-carts and electric light goods vehicles in Delhi.

My EV Portal is an online portal. Through this portal it will be easy for selected applicants to buy e-autos and get assistance provided by Delhi Government. A total of 4,261 letters of intent are being given to women for buying e-rickshaws with 33 per cent reservation. Apart from this, it has also been said by the Delhi government that it is currently operational for electric autos. It will soon be available on lithium-ion based e-rickshaws, e-carts and electric light goods vehicles.

First appeared on BGR India after the Delhi government launched a portal to buy and register electric autos.

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