Jharkhand Electric Vehicle Policy 2022 – summary

The Jharkhand Electric Vehicle Policy 2022 (notified on 7th Oct 2022) aims at creating favourable atmosphere for setting up of Electric Vehicle manufacturing units in the state through the creation of infrastructure facilities, skilled manpower, encouragement of capital investment and technology up-gradation, development of marketing network, development promotion, grants and concessions.


The main objectives of this policy are:

a) To make Jharkhand as most preferred destination for electric vehicle manufacturing units in Eastern India
b) Faster adoption of EVs in state with a vision of achieving carbon neutral transport system.
c) To identify and address the key existing infrastructure gaps affecting the growth of Electric Vehicle industry in the State.
d) To create a conducive environment for phase wise shift from Internal Combustion Engines (ICE) to Electric Vehicles (EVs) by 2030.
e) Establishment of projects for the manufacturing of advanced chemistry cell (ACC) batteries in Jharkhand by 2027.
f) To establish center of excellence for EV in partnership with Industry and Academia by 2027.
g) Target of 10% share of Electric Vehicle in overall new vehicle registration in the State by 2027 (All vehicles: 10%, 2 wheelers: 10%, 3 wheelers: 20%, 4 wheelers: 10%)
h) Setting up of at least one public charging station in a 3 km x 3 km grid or minimum of 50 charging stations per million population, whichever is higher
i) Setting up of public charging station on highways at 25 km distance (on both sides of all National highways and major State Highways).
j) Target for conversion of 15 years old Government owned/leased vehicles with Electric Vehicle

Eligible Sector

This policy covers the following electric vehicle manufacturing units to be established in the state of Jharkhand:

a. EV Automobiles*
– Buses (only Electric Vehicle technology)
– Four Wheelers {Electric (EV), Plug in Hybrid (PHEV) and Strong Hybrid (SHEV)}
– Three-wheeler (Electric) including Registered E-Rickshaws
– two Wheelers (Electric)

*Vehicles, as categorized in eligibility list of Scheme for Faster Adoption and Manufacturing of Electric Vehicles in India Phase II (FAME India Phase II), shall be covered under this policy.

b. Tier-I, Tier-II and Tier-III Electric Auto-components manufacturing units of above four automotive.
c. EV Ancillary units
d. EV Battery manufacturers2
e. Infrastructure for EV i.e. Charging Stations, battery swapping stations and others

EV ecosystem development Incentives

Demand side incentives

The incentives are linked to the vehicle type—two-wheelers, three-wheelers, four-wheelers and buses—and to the vehicle use case. Vehicle models approved under the FAME II Scheme of Govt of India will be eligible for these incentives, and the state incentives will be provided in addition to FAME II incentives.

S.NoVehicle SegmentIncentive availableNumber of vehicles to
be incentivized
incentive per
1e-2W (L1 & L2) INR 5000/kwh1,00,00010,000
2e-3W autos (L5M) INR 5000/kwh15,00030,000
3e-3W goods carrier (L5N)INR 5000/kwh10,00030,000
4e-4W cars (M1)INR 5000/kwh10,0001,50,000
5e-4W goods carrier (N1)INR 5000/kwh10,0001,00,000
6e-buses*10% of vehicle** cost1,00020,00,000
*Incentive shall be available for State Transport Undertaking (STU) buses only. State government shall also consider extending support to STUs for procurement of additional e-buses, if
**Ex-factory cost

Interest Free Loans for State Government Employees

100% interest-free advance/loan on the purchase of the first Electric Vehicle (2-wheeler and 4-wheeler) to only Government employees of the State.

Charging Infrastructure Incentives

S.noType of PCS/SPCSIncentive
Maximum Incentive available per PCS/SPCCMaximum
number of
1Slow60% of the cost*INR 10,00015,000
2Moderate/fast50% of the cost*INR 5,00,000500
3Solar based fast#70% of the costINR 7,00,000500
*Cost of charging station only
#Generating at least 75% of annual electricity through solar energy.
Fiscal Incentives

All incentives shall be applicable to parties intending to set up or upgrade their facilities for manufacturing of eligible sector

Comprehensive Project Investment Subsidy (CPIS)

– MSME units shall be entitled to get CPIS for investments made in fixed capital investment. Subsidy under CPIS for MSME shall be admissible at the rate of 30% of investments made in fixed capital investment.

– Non MSME Units shall also be entitled to get a Comprehensive Project Investment Subsidy (CPIS) for the investment made in:

Plant and Machinery

Pollution Control Equipment

Employee Welfare (EPF, ESI, Health Insurance Scheme)

Environment-friendly alternative power generation equipment.

Type of UnitMaximum
Maximum Admissible
Micro30 % of FCIRs 2 Cr
Small30 % of FCIRs 7 Cr
Medium30 % of FCIRs 15 Cr
Non-MSMEs 30 % of FCIRs 30 Cr

Stamp duty and Registration fee

100% reimbursement of stamp duty and registration fee for land directly purchased from the raiyats / acquired through consent award (lessee of JIADA / industrial parks will not be eligible for these benefits). This facility will be granted only for the first transaction for a particular plot of land.

Patent Registration

Financial assistance of 50% of the expenditure incurred, up to a maximum of Rs. 10 lakhs per patent. Out of these, a maximum of Rs 4 lakh may be given on expenditure incurred in the filing of the patent, attorney fees, patent tracking etc. and up to a maximum of Rs. 10 lakhs on final acceptance of the patent.

This policy will remain operational for five years from the date of notification of the Gazette.

Link to policy document

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