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Andhra Pradesh Electric Mobility Policy 2018-23

Under the Andhra Pradesh Electric Mobility Policy, Government approved the following benefits covering the areas of (1) Manufacturing (2) Charging Infrastructure (3) Demand Creation (4) Research and Development in order to make projects under these areas viable.

Capital subsidy Under Andhra Pradesh Electric Mobility Policy 

  • 25% of Fixed Capital Investment (FCI)) up to a maximum of INR 15 lakhs for Micro industries.
  • 20% of Fixed Capital Investment up to a maximum of INR 40 lakhs for Small and INR 50 lakhs for Medium Industries.
  • 10% of Fixed Capital Investment up to a maximum of INR 10 Crores for first two units, under Large industries, in each segment of Electric Vehicle (2 wheelers, 3 wheelers, 4 wheelers, buses), battery and charging equipment, hydrogen storage, and fueling equipment manufacturing.
  • 10% of Fixed Capital Investment up to a maximum of INR 20 Crores for first two units, under Mega category, in each segment of Electric Vehicle (2 wheeler, 3 wheeler, 4 wheeler, buses), battery and charging equipment, hydrogen storage, and fueling equipment manufacturing.
  • For specific clean production measures, as certified by Andhra Pradesh Pollution Control Board (APPCB), 35% subsidy on cost of plant & machinery for Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises (MSME) up to a maximum of INR 35 lakhs and 10% subsidy on cost of plant & machinery for Large projects up to a maximum of INR 35 lakhs.
  • 25% subsidy, for Micro Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) and Large projects, for sustainable green measures on total Fixed Capital Investment of the project (excluding the cost of land, land development, preliminary and pre-operative expenses, and consultancy fees) with a ceiling of INR 50 crore.
  • Special incentives will be given according to their need for Mega, Mega Integrated Automobile Projects, and Ultra-Mega Battery Manufacturing Plants on a case-to-case basis.

Tax Incentives Under Andhra Pradesh EV Policy

100% net SGST accrued to the State will be reimbursed for a period of five (5) years for micro and small, seven (7) years for medium, ten (10) years for large industries. This reimbursement will be limited to 100% of CAPEX or for the period Stated, whichever is earlier. 

Skill Development Incentives Under Andhra Pradesh EV Policy

A stipend of INR 10,000 per employee per year to a maximum of the first 50 employees for a single company for Micro, Small, Medium, and Large firms. 

Marketing Incentives Under Andhra Pradesh EV Policy

50% of the cost of participation with a maximum amount of INR 5 lakhs to be reimbursed to a maximum of 10 MSME units per year for participating in International Trade Fairs. 

Financial Incentives for Private EV Charging Stations & Hydrogen generation & refueling infrastructure

  • Direct-Current (DC) Chargers (100V and above): Capital Subsidy of 25% of the value of the charging station equipment/machinery for the first 100 stations up to a maximum subsidy of INR 10,00,000
  • Direct-Current (DC)Chargers (Below 100V): Capital Subsidy of 25% of the value of the charging station equipment/machinery for the first 300 charging stations up to a maximum subsidy of INR 30,000
  • Capital subsidy of 25% of Fixed Capital Investment (for eligible assets excluding the cost of battery inventory) up to a maximum subsidy of INR 10 lakhs for swapping stations for the first 50 stations
  • 100% net State Goods and Services Tax (SGST), accrued to the State, as reimbursement for the purchase of fast chargers (DC chargers of capacity 100V and above).
  • 100% net State Goods and Services Tax (SGST), accrued to the State, as reimbursement for the purchase of advanced batteries for BATTERY ELECTRIC VEHICLES swapping
  • Capital subsidy of 25% of the Fixed Capital Investment (FCI), for hydrogen generation and fueling plants, with a maximum subsidy of INR 10 Crore/unit for the first 10 units

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