The central government launched Phase 2 of the Fame India scheme for vehicles. Indian government. FAME Scheme Phase II has been approved with an outlay of Rs. 10,000 crores for a period of 3 years commencing from 1 April 2019. Out of the total budgetary support, about 86 percent of the fund has been allocated for demand incentives to generate demand for electric vehicles (xEV) in the country.
The government is emphasizing on increasing incentives to promote e-mobility and reduce pollution levels in the country. Under the scheme, the vehicles are fully electric, powered with chargeable batteries and will include zero emissions. In addition, the government. Will also develop the infrastructure for charging that is required for these vehicles.
What is Fame India Scheme Phase 2
FAME India Scheme Phase 2 aims to generate demand through 7000 electric buses (e-bus), 5 lakh electric three wheeler (e-3W), 55000 electric four wheeler passenger cars (including strong hybrids) (e-4W) and support. To do. 1 million electric two wheeler (e-2W). However, depending on the off-take of different range of XEVs, these numbers may vary as the provision is made for differential as well as intra segment wise fungibility. In addition, the scheme will also help in the construction of electric vehicle charging infrastructure.
Who are eligible for the subsidy in Fame India Scheme Phase 2
Vehicles, equipped only with advanced chemical batteries, meeting the minimum technical criteria and registered as “motor vehicles” as per CMVR will be eligible for incentives under the vehicle scheme. With greater emphasis on providing affordable and environmentally friendly public transport options to the public, the scheme is primarily used for public transport as vehicles or for commercial purposes in the E-3W, E-4W and E-bus segments Will apply to vehicles registered for However, privately owned registered e-2Ws are also included as a major segment under the scheme.
About Fame India Scheme Phase 1
central government. Earlier on 1 April 2015, the first phase of Faster Adoption and Manufacturing of (Hybrid and) Electric Vehicles (FAME India) was started in India. However, this phase I ends on 31 March 2018 and thus phase II begins. This FAME scheme was launched under the National Mission on Electric Mobility in 2011 / National Electric Mobility Mission Plan 2020 unveiled in 2013. The scheme aims to encourage progressive induction of reliable, inexpensive and efficient electric and hybrid vehicles (xEV).
This demand is within the framework of incentive disbursement mechanism. Incentives have been set for each category of vehicles such as mild hybrid, strong hybrid, plug-in hybrid and pure electric technology and battery specification. It is implemented and monitored by the National Automotive Board under the Department of Heavy Industries. It is one of the DBT schemes classified under in-kind mode.
Fame India Scheme Portal
As part of the digitization of schemes to bring efficiency, transparency with effective monitoring, the FAME India Phase 1 portal was launched at http://fame-india.gov.in/index.aspx.. FAME India is working on Scheme 2 portal https://fame2.heavyindustry.gov.in/Index.aspx. All the process life cycle of the scheme has been digitized in this online portal. Currently 38 Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs), 120 models of all category of vehicles are registered under this scheme. The total number of vehicles sold till 23 May 2021 is 73711 and the total incentive amount is Rs. 213.46 crores.
Fame India Scheme Dashboard
The FAME India scheme dashboard shows its state-wise performance. It also shows the subsequent profit of e-vehicles sold under the scheme. The total fuel savings saved due to electrification is about 1,94,44,038 liters, fuel savings per day is about 52,539 liters, CO2 reduction per day is about 1,19,568 kg and total CO2 reduction is about 4,42,51,802 Kilogram.
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Built-in MIS reports are also provided for the purpose of monitoring and management. Various reports like OEM-wise restrictions, state-wise / manufacturer-wise / month-wise progress etc. have also been included for restricted users. As per DBT compliance, integration of online demographic base authentication of beneficiaries is also being enabled.
Fame India Scheme 2. Subsidy under
The subsidy amount under the second phase of this scheme is as follows: –
central government. Will also strive to reduce the total cost of lithium ion batteries used to drive electric vehicles. In addition, the government. FAME India is going to increase the amount in the second phase of the scheme.
Fame India Scheme System Architecture
The system architecture for Fame India Scheme Phase 2 is shown in the figure here.
Fame India Scheme Fund Allocation
The FAME India scheme (both phases) will cost a total of Rs. 10,000 crores. FAME India Scheme Phase 2 including demand incentive of Rs. 8596 crores, infrastructure support charge of Rs. 1000 crores, administrative expenses including publicity, IEC fee is Rs 38 crores, thus totaling Rs. 9634 crores. FAME India Scheme Phase 1 has been allocated Rs. 366 crores.
Check Official Notification – https://dhi.nic.in/writereaddata/uploadfile/publicationnotificationfame%20ii%208march2019.pdf
For more information about electric vehicle models, OEMs and dealers, visit the official website https://fame2.heavyindustry.gov.in/