Â Dushyant chautala, the chief minister said â€œ The Haryana government will announce Electric Vehicle (EV) Policy in 2021. According to the popularity of vehicles, there will be a direct link with the real estate sector due to the development of charging infrastructure, the government also allows the land to build parks and housing societies
The government of Haryana announced an EV policy that proposes/creates charging stations at commercial complexes, societies, and residential townships with a built-up area of 5,000sq m, which will provide faster adoption of EVs and create better infrastructures like Faridabad, and Gurgaon, according to brokerage firms and real estate developers.
Wakefield & North India at Cushman managing director, Vibhor Jain said, “EVs are going to be the next future, and the state that takes the initiative will be a good benefit from the early adaption. With Gurgaon being a centre of MNCs, a policy will help developers include EV infrastructure from the start of the project,”
The government plans to allot 100 to 200 acres of land for developing EV parks
Haryana governmentâ€™s EV policy objective is to make Haryana a global hub for electric mobility development and manufacturing of electric vehicles (EVs). Even Vibhor Jain said, “The policy aims to develop charging infrastructure as a commercially viable business venture in the state by facilitating the availability of land at concessional rates in designated areas,” Jain added.
As per draft policy, to create an entire ecosystem of EV manufacturing in the state, the government plans to allot 100 to 200 acres of land for developing EV parks with common facilities, plug-and-play internal infrastructure, and essential external infrastructure.
Haryana Electricity Regulatory Commission (HERC) coming out with the rules and regulations for setting up the charging infrastructure, tariff, and regulatory issues for the EVs, Haryana will be the 20thÂ state to come up with its own EV policy.
Delhi EV Policy, new constructions shall have EV chargers in 20% of the parking space.
The founder of ElectriVa and a leading EV charging startup, Sumit Dhanuka in her view, more states should have such progressive policies to speed up the adoption of green mobility. As per the experts, the stateâ€™s logistics and industrial space will receive gain from such conducive measures.
The State government offers financial incentives which include a capital subsidy of fixed capital investment and reimbursement of 100% of stamp duty and transfer duty paid by the industry on the purchase for industrial use.
Other state governments have been proactive in promoting the EV ecosystem and encouraging interest in this domain. The Government of Karnataka is planning to amend building bylaws to make it mandatory for apartment complexes and shopping malls to provide EV charging points on their premises. As per the Delhi Delhi EV Policy, new constructions shall have EV chargers in 20% of the parking space, and developments with more than 100 parking spaces shall reserve 5% for such chargers.