Indonesia plans to produce 600,000 electric cars by 2030
Jakarta (ANTARA) – The Indonesian government plans to increase production of battery electric cars (BEVs) to 600,000 units and electric motorcycles to 2.45 million units by 2030.
“Electric vehicle production is expected to reduce CO2 emissions by around 2.7 million tonnes from electric cars and 1.1 million tonnes from electric motorcycles,” Industry Minister Agus Gumiwang Kartasasmita said on Friday. of an online discussion here.
As part of efforts to boost the industrialization of BEV, the government has provided tax and non-tax incentives, including a zero percent luxury goods sales tax (PPnBM) and property transfer fee from Zero Percent Vehicle (BBNKB) for electric vehicle consumers in Jakarta. , informed the minister.
Meanwhile, the BBNKB for the electric car is set at 10 percent and for the electric motorcycle at 2.5 percent in West Java, with a zero percent down payment on orders, he said. declared.
The BEV industry could benefit from government incentives such as tax or mini tax exemptions, tax breaks and super tax deductions for research and development, Kartasasmita said.
To promote the use of electric vehicles, the government will publish a roadmap for the use of electric vehicles in state institutions, he said.
“Under the roadmap, sales of electric vehicles are expected to reach 132,983 car units and 398,530 motorcycle units by 2030,” Kartasasmita said.
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