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Petrol, diesel, not electricity, cars will run with solar energy, here is the government’s new plan

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The Modi government is in full action towards making the country self-reliant. The government is now preparing to increase its focus on solar car manufacturing. According to the exclusive news received by Zee Media, the government is considering giving incentives to promote solar car manufacturers in the country.

New Delhi: Modi government is in full action towards making the country self-reliant. The government is now preparing to increase the focus on solar car manufacturing. According to the exclusive news received by Zee Media, the government is considering giving incentives to promote solar car manufacturers in the country. According to sources, in order to make India self-sufficient in solar car manufacturing, a new policy is being prepared by the government, so that auto companies can be attracted to solar car manufacturing in the country. According to sources, the government will provide tax rebates, subsidies, cheaper loans and cheaper land to those auto companies who will come forward to set up a solar car manufacturing plant.

Committee will give suggestions for policy
The government will set up a committee to take forward the work in this direction, this committee will include the Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Power-Renewable Energy and Ministry of Heavy Industries and well-known experts from the region. Who will give their suggestions to the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) that how solar car manufacturing can be promoted in the country. According to sources, the government is very serious about this plan.

Let us tell you that according to one estimate, by 2021, India will become the world’s third largest passenger vehicle market. In such a situation, the government also sees great potential for solar market. Currently Tata Motors, TVS Motors and Mahindra Group already have solar plants.

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