EV Policy - Maharashtra


The policy aims to support adoption of sustainable and clean mobility solutions in Maharashtra. It aims to transform Maharashtra into a leading state in terms of adoption of electric vehicles in the country. It envisions to retain Maharashtra’s leadership in automotive manufacturing in India and emerge as one of the leading manufacturing and investment hubs for the EV ecosystem globally.

Demand Incentives

  • Road Tax : Exemption from road tax
  • Vehicle Registration : Exemption on registration fees.
  • Subsidy on Purchase of 4 Wheeler: 15% subsidy (maximum limit of Rs 1 lac for 4 wheeler) per vehicle. Subsidy will be transferred to buyer’s bank account within 3 months of purchase date

Charging station subsidy

Commercial public EV charging stations for cars will be eligible for 25% capital subsidy on equipment/machinery (limited up to Rs. 10 lacs per station) for first 250 commercial public EV charging stations.

Manufacturing subsidy

All the benefits under ‘D+’ category of mega projects/other categories will be provided to these industries irrespective of location of manufacturing unit in the state.

Electricity Tariff

  1. Slow Public charging station: 60% of the cost
  2. Fast Public charging station: 50% of the cost

Skill development

i. Based on an assessment of feasibility and other details by the High Power committee, proposal will be prepared for the establishment of center of excellence and research and development centers, finishing schools and other employment oriented centers.

ii. The Maharashtra State Board of Technical Education (MSBTE), Maharashtra State Skill Development Society (MSSDS) and other agencies will institute training-based certification and placement programmes. They would collaborate with National Automotive Board (NAB) and other associations to understand their human resource requirements. Based on these requirements, a merit based, defined certification and placement procedure shall be instituted so that appropriate manpower is created for the EV industry.

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Date of release - 2021
Applicable Till - 2025