EV Market in India to Cross 1 Crore Annual Sales Mark, Create 5 Crore Jobs by 2030: Economic Survey

India became the 3rd largest automobile market in December, surpassing Japan and Germany in terms of sales, according to the Economic Survey.

EV Market in India to Cross 1 Crore Annual Sales Mark, Create 5 Crore Jobs by 2030: Economic Survey

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India was the largest manufacturer of two-wheeler and three-wheeler vehicles in 2021

Highlights
  • EV sales in India stood at around 10 lakh units in 2022
  • Automobile sector believed to be a key driver of India's economic growth
  • India's FAME II scheme has incentivised 7.1 lakh EVs
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India's electric vehicles (EV) market is expected to grow to one crore units annual sales by 2030 and create 5 crore direct and indirect jobs, according to the Economic Survey 2022-23. The survey tabled in Parliament on Tuesday said that in December 2022, India became the third-largest automobile market, surpassing Japan and Germany in terms of sales.

"The automotive industry is expected to play a critical role in the transition towards green energy. The domestic electric vehicles (EV) market is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 49 percent between 2022 and 2030 and is expected to hit one crore units of annual sales by 2030," it said.

As per industry estimates, the total EV sales in India stood at around 10 lakh units in 2022.

Further, the survey said, "The EV industry will create 5 crore direct and indirect jobs by 2030. To support and nurture this development, the government has undertaken multiple steps".

The pre-Budget document also highlighted that the automobile sector is a key driver of India's economic growth.

"In December 2022, India became the 3rd largest automobile market, surpassing Japan and Germany in terms of sales," it added.

In 2021, India was the largest manufacturer of two-wheeler and three-wheeler vehicles and the world's fourth-largest manufacturer of passenger cars.

"The sector's importance is gauged by the fact that it contributes 7.1 percent to the overall GDP and 49 percent to the manufacturing GDP while generating direct and indirect employment of 3.7 crore at the end of 2021," it said.

Under the government's Faster Adoption and Manufacturing of Electric Vehicles (FAME) II scheme, between 2019 and 2024, with a budget outlay of Rs 10,000 crore, the survey said the scheme has incentivised 7.1 lakh EVs, sanctioned 7,210 e-buses out of which 2,172 e-buses have been deployed until December 2022.

The scheme had envisaged supporting 1 million two-wheelers, 0.5 million three-wheelers; 55,000 cars and 7,090 buses.

The survey also pointed out the rising sales of auto components.

According to the Automotive Component Manufacturers Association of India (ACMA), the auto components industry witnessed a 34.8 percent growth to Rs 2.65 lakh crore in the first half of 2022-23, riding on domestic demand, particularly from the passenger vehicles segment.

During the period, exports of components grew by 8.6 percent to $10.1 billion (Rs 79.03 lakh crore), while imports climbed 17.2 percent to $10.1 billion (Rs 79.8 lakh crore).

The industry clocked a turnover of Rs 4,20,621 crore in 2021-22, up from Rs 3,40,733 crore in 2020-21.


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