CESL Electric Two Wheeler Scheme 2022|Kerala Electric Two Wheeler

Convergence Energy Services Limited (CESL), a wholly owned subsidiary of Central government entity Energy Efficiency Services Limited (EESL), on launched an electric two-wheeler sales scheme in Kerala.Electricity Minister K. Krishnankutty launched the electric two-wheeler programme and digital marketplace. In the first stage, the programme is custom-designed for State government employees. the CESL is hoping to sell 10,000 vehicles to government employees and government offices.

The CESL is making the vehicles available through its tie-up with the vehicle manufacturers. Initially 14 models from six companies are on offer, CESL officials said.The purchases will benefit from the Faster Adoption and Manufacturing of Electric Vehicles in India Phase II (FAME II), the Central government’s subsidy programme, entitling customers to a subsidy which brings electric vehicle costs closer to that of their fossil fuel equivalents.In Kerala, the electric two-wheeler initiative is being carried out in collaboration with the Energy Management Centre (EMC).

CESL Electric Two Wheeler Scheme


This comes in the backdrop of CESL calling bids for procuring 100,000 electric three-wheelers with an estimated cost of 3,000 crore, in the largest such global tender. CESL’s parent firm Energy Efficiency Services Ltd (EESL) has been allotted the demand aggregation of electric three-wheelers and electric buses under the government’s 10,000 crore Faster Adoption and Manufacturing of Hybrid and Electric Vehicles (Fame) scheme.

CESL Electric Two Wheeler Scheme 2022

Name CESL Electric Two Wheeler Scheme 2022
Beneficiaries Kerala government employees 
Launched by Revenue Department of Kerala 

CESL Electric Two Wheeler Scheme

Kerala Sahayahastham Scheme 2022

Kerala Electric Two Wheeler

CESL aims to have 200,000 two-wheeled EVs and 300,000 three-wheeled EVs across India and is working on a grand challenge among nine major metros to allocate electric buses with as many as 7,408 e-buses expected to be offered under the Fame scheme. The scheme has been extended by two years till 31 March 2024. In addition to supplying electric two-wheelers to states such as Andhra Pradesh, Kerala and Goa, CESL has also been aggregating demand for leasing out and operating three-wheeled EVs for the garbage collection fleet of municipalities across the country, including for Pune Municipal Corporation.

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