Union minister for Power, Piyush Goyal while inaugurating a bio-CNG plant near Chennai on Saturday said that Maharashtra will waive road tax, registration fees and value added tax on electric vehicles. The Government is also planning to set up 5 lakh battery charging stations and reduce building costs.

Union minister for Power, Piyush Goyal while inaugurating a bio-CNG plant near Chennai on Saturday said that Maharashtra Government will waive road tax, registration fees and value added tax on electric vehicles. He also added that it will first be launched in some cities of Maharashtra.

E2O from Mahindra
E2O from Mahindra

The Government will also promote green energy in the state and is planning to set up 5 lakh battery charging stations so as to promote electric vehicles.

The Government will also be working with experts and reduce building costs.

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