The policy outlines a variety of goals that include incentives and subsidies. It aims to promote green mobility within the state.

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It hopes to set up large-scale EV manufacturing by attracting major industry players that could further create jobs.

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Manufacturers will receive a variety of incentives for the production of electric vehicles, EV components, and many more.

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Cities such as Gurugram and Faridabad could be declared to be models for Electric Mobility (EM) Cities.

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To attain 100% electric mobility, a phase-wise approach would be followed in order to implement Electric Vehicles (EVs) and charging infrastructure.

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Electric vehicle manufacturers would receive a 100 percent refund in Stamp Duty. Additionally, Electricity Duty would be exempt for 20 years.

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Haryana is offering hybrid cars with a 15 percent flat subsidy with a maximum limit of 3 lakh rupees for passenger cars priced below 40 lakh.

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The state has also provided 15 percent subsidies to pure electric vehicle manufacturers like Tata Nexon EV, as well as Hyundai Kona.

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For electric cars that cost less than Rs. 10 lakh, you will receive an additional seven lakhs. Electric cars that exceed 10 lakh will get a reward of Rs 100,000.

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Haryana state government has approved its 2022 Electric Vehicle Policy under which EV buyers will be able to avail financial advantages.

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The Society of Indian Automotive Manufacturers (SIAM) has also viewed its policy to be revolutionary.

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This new Haryana Electric Vehicle Policy will benefit early adopters who grab this chance.

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