Delhi has got its first smart public electric vehicle (EV) charging station, claimed the national capital’s private power distribution company BSES Rajdhani Power Limited (BRPL) last week during the launch of the facility at South Extension-II.
The claim, however, turns out to be untrue as Delhi already has 39 such facilities set up by Energy Efficiency Services Limited (EESL), owned by the central government. ThePrint has accessed the list of these 39 EV charging stations and visited some of the areas where these facilities have been set up.
When told about this, Prashant Dua, BRPL’s general manager, said the facility inaugurated last week was “one of the first smart public EV charging stations with app-based capabilities for consumers”. Read More
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