Transport Minister Mohammad Akbar in The Chhattisgarh Electric Vehicle Conclave at Avarar Virtual Media An ELETS Event

'Chhattisgarh Electric Vehicle' conclave concluded under the chairmanship of Transport Minister Akbar
Meaningful initiative to promote electric vehicles

Electric vehicle manufacturing units in the state will be given

All possible help- Transport Minister Akbar

Chhattisgarh to become 'Electric Vehicle Hub'

Companies invited to invest in e-mobility in Chhattisgarh

Some of Notable Participants are Commissioner Transport Topeshwar Verma, Additional Transport Commissioner Dipanshu Kabra, Deputy Transport Commissioner Shailabh Sahu and experts from Elets Technomedia Pvt Ltd and e-vehicle companies Dr. Ravi Gupta, Assistant Editor Elets Technomedia Harshal Desai, Krishna Mishra, MG Motor Ms. Neha Jain, Ather Energy S Srikkanth, ParXsys MoBliT Systems Syed Haseeb Arfath, Chief Technology Officer at Signpost India, Tata Sons Pvt. Ltd., Tanmay, Shekhar Dhole from Central Institute of Road Transport Pune

Raipur, 14 September 2021: Transport Minister Mohammad Akbar has said that in view of the present global problem of air pollution, there is a dire need to promote more and more electric vehicles. Under this, the state government will provide all possible help, including providing basic facilities, to the mission related to electric vehicles and solar energy in Chhattisgarh.

Transport Minister Shri Akbar was addressing the 'Chhattisgarh Electric Vehicle Conclave' organized virtually by the Transport Department in collaboration with Elets Technomedia at his residence office in Shankar Nagar, capital Raipur today. He said that this program will create a good platform to make the industry and citizens aware about the policies of the government towards electric vehicles. It aims to attract investment in the e-mobility sector in the state. Transport Minister Shri Akbar said that as per the intention of Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel, Chhattisgarh has to be given a new identity as 'Electric Vehicle Hub' and environment-free state. For this, companies are invited to manufacture electric vehicles and its components in the state. All necessary support will be provided to them by the state government.

Addressing the e-vehicle conclave, Transport Minister Shri Akbar said that in the present situation air pollution remains a matter of concern for the whole world and many measures are being taken to prevent it. Keeping in view the demand for energy and reducing air pollution, the use of solar energy is being reflected as the main option. Petrol and diesel are being used for the operation of vehicles in the state of Chhattisgarh. For whose fulfillment there is dependence on other countries and its prices are increasing continuously with time. In such a situation, electric vehicles have emerged as a good option. He said that at present the total number of vehicles in Chhattisgarh is 66 lakh 20 thousand 427. These include 3 lakh goods carrier vehicles and about 55 lakh two wheelers.

He said that various facilities are being provided by the state government to encourage the use of electric vehicles. In these, exemption from motor vehicle tax has been provided in e-carts and e-rickshaws for five years. The loan for battery operated e-rickshaw is provided by Chhattisgarh State Entrepreneur, Cooperative Finance and Development Corporation. Fitness, renewal of e-rickshaw and e-cart vehicles is being done for three years. Government of Chhattisgarh has implemented Nirman Shramik E-Rickshaw Sahayata Yojana, under which Chhattisgarh Unorganized Workers State Social Security Board is giving 50 thousand rupees as a lump sum grant. Electric vehicles are also exempted from permits under section 66 of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988.

Transport Minister Shri Akbar said that the capacity and technology of electric vehicles are constantly being developed and expanded. Taking information from intellectuals and industrial organizations associated with this field, meaningful steps are being taken through this conclave. Other states have made an electric vehicle policy, but in Chhattisgarh, Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel is of the opinion that a good electric vehicle policy should be made after getting suggestions from all the experts related to this field, suggestions are invited from all of you in this context.

He said that it is also necessary to build charging stations for systematic running and charging of electric vehicles. Some urban bodies and companies have set up their own charging stations and it will be necessary to increase their number further. So that the general public can get the facilities of vehicle charging easily. The state of Chhattisgarh is best for solar energy due to its geographical location, so that solar charging stations can be set up for charging vehicles using solar energy.

On this occasion, Commissioner Transport Topeshwar Verma, Additional Transport Commissioner Dipanshu Kabra, Deputy Transport Commissioner Shailabh Sahu and experts from Elets Technomedia Pvt Ltd and e-vehicle companies Dr. Ravi Gupta, Assistant Editor, Elets Technomedia Harshal Desai, MG Motor Ms. Neha Jain, Ather Energy Srikkanth S, Perxis Mobility Syed Hasin, Tata Sons Pvt. Ltd., Tanmay, Shekhar Dhole from Central Institute of Road Transport Pune, etc. also expressed their views regarding promotion of e-mobility mission.

CEVC 2021 Online Event Today, Chhattisgarh Transport Minister Mohammad Akbar is Participating Virtual @ Avtaar 3D Platform, Indicates CG Roads To Witness Electric Vehicle Soon

The Chhattisgarh Electric Vehicle Conclave will be organized on September 14 by Transport Minister Mohammad Akbar through Virtual Media.

Chhattisgarh Electric Vehicle Conclave (CEVC 2021) Online Event Time: Tuesday, 14 September 2021 at 02:00 PM IST

Chhattisgarh Electric Vehicle Conclave (CEVC 2021) and Elets Technomedia Pvt Ltd Virtual Event 14 September 2021, Join Register this event after sign up @ Avtaar 3D Platform URL https://avtaar.eletsonline.com.

Raipur, September 13, 2021: The Department of Transport in association with Ilets Technomedia will organize a webinar on the theme 'Chhattisgarh Electric Vehicle Conclave' on September 14. The conclave will be hosted on a virtual platform called Avatar.

Senior officials of the department including Transport Minister Shri Mohammad Akbar will join the webinar through virtual medium.
The webinar will discuss the ambitious plan to promote this mission in terms of electric vehicles and infrastructure in Chhattisgarh. This virtual event will create a platform to make the industry and citizens aware of the government’s policies towards electric vehicles. The purpose of the webinar is to attract investment in the e-mobility sector in the state.

Experts from several leading e-vehicle companies of the country will take part in the Chhattisgarh Electric Vehicle Conclave Webinar.

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