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BLive opens EV store in Steel City of Odisha

Written by AnantaSaranNayak

BLive has forayed into the state of Odisha. The EV maker has come up with its first multi-brand experience store in Rourkela. With the rising interest of consumers owing to growing worldwide awareness toward transitioning to electric mobility. The demand for EVs is running high. Then rising fuel costs are further compelling more customers to join the EV movement. Given the current market demand, the brand has opened its 19th EV experience store in India in Rourkela, Odisha.

Range Of EV Options Under BLive

The BLive EV Store provides a wide range of electric vehicles. This includes multiple EV brands, expert support, easy finance and other exciting offers. Buyers can opt for easy finances with EMIs as low as 2,000 per month. This is for a range of electric scooters, cycles, motorcycles and delivery vehicles. With a network of over 20 franchisee-owned stores, BLive has supported over 2,500 families and businesses to switch to electric. The store has displayed electric vehicles from a slew of new brands. This includes Kinetic Green, Hero lector, LML – Detel, Batt:re, Gemopia, Techo Electra, E-Motorrad, and others.

Odisha’s First Ever BLive Outlet

With its first-ever store in Rourkela, BLive aims big in the state. The store will provide the customers with the opportunity to ‘try and buy’ EVs for a confident transition to electric mobility. The store will also help them with home demos. They will also provide the customers with information on exciting offers and easy finance options. EVs provide a range of environmental and economic benefits over conventional vehicles. In addition to this, electric vehicles are also powerful and reliable. Interested consumers can visit the store to learn more about EVs. They can also get to learn about the various types of EVs available

Odisha Government’s EV Plans

According to its EV policy announced in February this year, the Odisha government has EV-centric initiatives. The state government will provide a 15 per cent subsidy on the purchase of electric vehicles. For two-wheelers, the subsidy is set at 15 per cent of the cost, up to a maximum of INR 5,000. The cap on a 15 per cent subsidy for three-wheelers is set at INR 10,000. And for four-wheelers, it is set at INR 50,000. The scheme will remain in place till December 31, 2025. In addition to the subsidy, the state government also has announced the exemption of registration fees and motor vehicle taxes on all categories of electric vehicles.

Also Read: BLive opens 4th experience store in Hyderabad.