Page-2 of FAME India Scheme Current Affairs, GK & News
The Union Minister of Road Transport and Highways, Nitin Gadkari in a written reply to Rajya Sabha on Monday, 2nd December 2019, informed about the performance of FAME India Scheme that through demand incentives around 2.8 lakh hybrid and electric vehicles (xEVs) have been supported and about 425 hybrid/electric buses have been sanctioned to various ..
Topics: Department of Heavy industry • Electric vehicles • Fame • FAME India Scheme • Faster Adoption and Manufacturing of (Hybrid and) Electric Vehicles in India • hybrid and electric vehicles • Ministry of Heavy Industries and Public Transportation • National Electric Mobility Mission Plan • Nitin Gadkari • Rajya Sabha • Union Minister of Road Transport and Highways
Centre Government has sanctioned 5595 electric buses in 64 cities for intracity and intercity operations under Phase-II of Faster Adoption and Manufacturing of (Hybrid &) Electric Vehicles (FAME-India) Scheme. As per Union Ministry of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises, this move would give a further push to clean mobility in public transportation. Key Highlights Process ..
Category: Government Schemes Current Affairs
Topics: electric and hybrid vehicle • Electric Buses • Electric vehicles • FAME India Scheme • Fame Phase-II • Project Implementation and Sanctioning Committee • Union Ministry of Heavy Industries & Public Enterprises
Ministry of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises has extended Phase-1 of FAME India Scheme to provide financial support to electric and hybrid vehicles by another six months till 30 September 2018 or till launch of phase-II. FAME India Scheme stands for Faster Adoption and Manufacturing of (Hybrid &) Electric Vehicles. The subsidy amount is yet ..
The Department of Heavy Industries (DHI) of Union Government has given its approval to Karnataka government for purchase of electric vehicles (EVs) under FAME India subsidised scheme. The state will purchase 40 electric buses, 100 four wheelers and 500 three wheelers at maximum of 60% subsidy under the scheme. The subsidy support is also provided ..
Government has made mandatory for Original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) to seek approval from Department of Heavy Industry (DHI) before accepting any proposal to supply electric buses for availing incentives under the FAME India scheme. The move is aimed at facilitating smooth roll out and management of demand incentives for e-buses under FAME. After DHI gives ..