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Domestic production during the first eight months of 2014 includes 6,621 plug-in hybrid sedans and 16,276 all-electric cars.
In November 2010, the Government of India, through the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE), announced a subsidy of ₹950 million for electric vehicles.
Tesla motors have been offered by the government to establish a manufacturing unit in India at highly lucrative rate apart from tax incentives and potential financial backing in form of Special purpose vehicle (SPV's) .
Although, there are local sourcing norms of 30%, Electric vehicle entrants have been exempted from such norms.
The subsidy provided benefits up to 20% on the ex-factory price, with a maximum benefit of ₹100,000 on electric cars, 4,000 on two-wheelers, 5,000 on high speed two-wheelers, 400,000 rupees for electric minibuses, and 60,000 for three wheelers.
The amount of the subsidy will be reduced once 50,000 units are sold.Plug-in electric vehicles subject to incentives in some countries include battery electric vehicles, plug-in hybrids and electric vehicle conversions.Shown here is a Toyota Prius Plug-in Hybrid recharging Government incentives for plug-in hybrid electric vehicles have been established by several national and local governments around the world as a financial incentives to plug-in electric vehicle vehicles to consumers.Yet much will depends on governments plan to subsidize the vehicle, due their high upfront cost , that will determine any potential shift in the market.According to OECD report, India is regarded as countries providing least subsidy , compared to other major markets, to renewable energy in electric vehicle division that may hamper the governments target of achieving all electric by 2030.