Faster Adoption and Manufacturing of Hybrid and Electric Vehicles (FAME): Government to provide subsidy on purchase of electric vehicles.

National Electric Mobility Mission Plan (NEMMP): This scheme aims to promote the sales of hybrid and electric vehicles in the country.

Karnataka, Telangana and Uttar Pradesh have launched their Electric Vehicle Policy providing incentives for manufacturers, and also sops for setting charge stations and other infrastructure.

Target of 100% conversion to electric vehicles for commercial use and 30% of personal vehicles.
India is targeting 6-7 million electric and hybrid vehicles on road by 2020.

CAGR for 2018 to 2023 projected at 37% Electric vehicle penetration to be 10-12 percent by 2025.

Internal combustion engines have energy conversion rate of nearly 20% whereas electric vehicle have efficiency of around 80%.

With battery power still low, range of an electric vehicle can be increased by increasing the efficiency of the motor.

Brushless DC motors have efficiency higher than conventional motors, which increases the range.