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E-commerce & food delivery firms in Goa may soon deploy an all-electric fleet

In line with its electric mobility plans, the Goa government is mulling over a new policy for amplified electrification of vehicles. As per reports, the state administration is planning to direct food delivery and e-commerce companies to deploy electric vehicles for their daily operations. According to the plan, such firms will be asked to upgrade to an all-electric fleet, within a period of next two to three years.

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Electrical mobility expects a boost in Goa with the recently opened Ather Energy store!

Amping up the electrical mobility infrastructure in the coastal state, Ather Energy has now set its foot in Goa. In line with the state's agenda to promote e-vehicles in the state, the new store was set up on September 17, in association with Eveer Auto. This new showroom at Porvorim is expected to help the state government in its mission of making electric vehicles take up 30% of its total vehicle registrations, by 2025.

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11,000 e-vehicles to be subsidised annually in Goa for the next 5 years

Stepping forward on the road of sustainable development, the Goa government has come up with a new initiative to promote electric vehicles. As per reports, the state government will offer subsidies to 11,000 electric vehicles annually, for the next five years. Reportedly, the scheme covers two-wheeler, three-wheeler and four-wheeler electric vehicles with an assurance of providing the entire amount in a single installment.

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E-bikes to cost 30% cheaper than fuel-run vehicles with Goa Electric Vehicle Promotion Policy

In a bid to boost the market of electricity-powered two-wheelers, Goa Electric Vehicle Promotion Policy entails provisions for significant subsidies in this sector. Cutting the cost by a considerable 30% as contrasted with a similar petrol-run vehicle, the new policy will encourage the individuals to opt for using a non-conventional source of energy. Expected to be resolved within the next 2 months, this policy brings an advantage that would benefit the state and the citizens, alike.

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Goa encourages initiative of replacing old two-wheelers with e-bikes at subsidised costs!

The implementation of the latest green mobility projects has ushered in an attractive offer for Goans. As per the project, the citizens of the state can now get electricity-powered eco-friendly bikes at subsidised costs by disposing of their old two-wheelers run by petrol or diesel. The state's Minister for Power & Coal announced on Thursday, that the government is deliberating upon a green power policy that would facilitate the removal of motorcycles run by non-renewable sources of energy.

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