On 1 April 2015, the Central Government announced the Faster Adoption and Manufacturing of Hybrid and Electric Vehicles (Fame) Scheme, a part of the National Mission for Electric Mobility. The scheme envisages support of Rs 795 crore for the manufacture and sale of electric and hybrid-powered vehicles by the year 2020. After this announcement, Union Minister for Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises Anant Geete launched the scheme 'Fame India' on 8 April 2015. The main objective of the scheme is to adopt an environmentally friendly and economical alternative source of energy for transportation and hybrid and hybrid in India. The emphasis is on the rapid adoption and manufacture of electric vehicles.
It is noteworthy that in the year 2011, the Union Cabinet approved the establishment of the National Electric Mobility Mission. Under this, two major bodies were constituted - 'National Electricity Mobility Council' at the Ministerial level and 'National Electricity Mobility Board' at the Secretary level. They are aimed at hybrid and electric
The roadmap for a new revolution in road transport centered on vehicles. Accordingly in the document of the 12th Five Year Plan for DHI
Power mobility was included as the main theme. A provision of Rs 795 crore was made for this in the 12th Five Year Plan.
In fact, to promote clean energy in the country, through the 'Fame India Scheme' launched by the Modi government, by the year 2022, 60-70 lakh hybrid and electric vehicles will be run across the country. This will reduce the consumption of about 95 million liters of petrol and diesel. Which will save 62,000 crore rupees to be spent on it. The objective of implementing this scheme is to reduce pollution and also to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Its purpose is to provide customers with hybrid and
The vehicle is to be provided. Under which, instead of diesel and petrol, hybrid and electrical two-wheeler cars, three-wheelers and light and heavy
Infrastructure will be developed across the country for commercial vehicles. Also, it will be produced in India. Also this scheme
To make it successful, two-wheelers, three-wheelers, and cars will also be discounted. The government will spend Rs 795 crore under the scheme in the first two years.
For this, Rs 75 crore has been approved in the 2015-16 budget. Out of which, 30 crore rupees have also been released. The scheme will be implemented in a phased manner with Rs 260 crore and Rs 535 crore allocated respectively for the first two years. This amount will be spent on technology incentives (including testing of infrastructure), incentives, infrastructure improvement, pilot projects, and programs. In the first phase, the scheme will be implemented over a period of two years between 2015-16 and 2016-17. The government will review the implementation of the scheme in the first phase after March 31, 2017.