From Goa to Kerala, four states breach 10% adoption of e-2-wheelers

National average jumps to 5.6%

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Goa is the only one among the 10 to have discontinued its EV policy, in July last year

Nitin Kumar New Delhi

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Four states in the country have breached the 10 per cent mark in electric two-wheeler (e2W) penetration, according to the latest data from Vahan Dashboard. Goa leads the way with

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First Published: Jun 8 2023 | 9:39 PM IST

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