According to the Bank’s website, the project consists of:
Pre-implementation diagnostics have yielded a long list of regulatory and incentive gaps. From this list, the team has developed a short list of regulations and incentives that will be required to stimulate greater e2W (electric two-wheeler) adoption, their charging and their manufacture. This project will convert this shortlist of regulations and incentives into a prioritized and phased Reform Action Plan that lays out the sequence of introduction and implementation of regulations, informed by global best practice and the needs of investors. The project will also support Government and private sector institutions that may be established to monitor and coordinate implementation of the Reform Action Plan. Finally, the project will support the Government in designing and implementing new regulations and incentives by leveraging IFC’s global knowledge and networks to introduce regulations based in global best practice.
The implementation activities of this project will begin with a Preparation Phase that will result in a prioritized and sequenced Reform Action Plan. During the preparation phase, the team will also work to develop theories of change for each regulatory area that will be tackled. These will be used to define the results framework and the project will be restructured to incorporate this framework. The project team will work to support the establishment and operation of institutional structures that can support the coordination and monitoring of the implementation of the reform action plan.
REGULATORY IMPLEMENTATION PHASE 1
During this phase, the team will support the introduction and implementation of high priority regulations agreed in the first phase of the Action Plan.
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