India’s capital Delhi will soon get 131 public charging stations for electric vehicles, providing people with easy access to recharging facilities. Significantly, the locations of these charging stations have been decided so as to cater to the charging needs of electric vehicles coming from adjoining cities of Noida, Gurgaon and Ghaziabad as well.
The plan—intended to increase adoption of electric vehicles by addressing charging concerns among potential buyers—has already been approved by the power ministry and the Delhi government, reported Economic Times while sharing the details.
The central government wants the facilities to be made operational in three months, it said. While a total of 82 EV charging facilities will come up at CNG and petrol pumps—34 at CNG stations, Read More
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