Electric buses

DHI EXTENDED THE PHASE-I OF THE FAME SCHEME TILL MARCH 2019

Department of Heavy Industry has finally extended the validity of Phase-I of FAME (Faster Adaptation of Manufacturing of Hybrid & Electric Vehicles in India) for a period of 6 months, i.e. upto 31 March 2019.

Earlier, it was anticipated that DHI will launched FAME-II with an outlay of INR 55 billion (US$ 900 million) spanning over five years and subsidy support for all types of electric vehicles. Download Notfication

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ELECTRIC BUSES PROCUREMENT IN INDIA – INDIAN CITIES GOT THE VIABLE RATES

Last 2 months has witnessed a greater action in the space of electric buses. Department of Heavy Industries (DHI), Government of India sanctioned INR 4.37 billion (US$ 67 million) for the procurement of electric buses, e-taxis and e-autos in December 2017. The department has selected 11 cities with one million-plus population for the procurement of 390 electric buses, and is providing funds to the tune of INR 10 million (US$ 150,000) per bus.

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3rd UITP INDIA BUS SEMINAR - E-MOBILITY AND TECHNOLOGY INNOVATION

Introduction

Bus is the key mode of mass transit in the major cities in India. Urban population is projected to grow to about 473 million in 2021 and 820 million by 2051 as against only 285 million in 2001. Development of efficient urban transportation has been given top priority by the Government under the Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JnNURM) and JnNURM II programmes which aim to provide financial help to upgrade infrastructure and governance in Indian cities.

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