In a bid to push electric mobility in the country, the government has approved a plan to set up 131 public charging stations in the capital. The plan includes setting up some of these stations at such locations so that electric vehicles coming from Noida, Gurugram, and Ghaziabad as well.
The plan approved by the Ministry of Power and Delhi government includes setting up 33 EV chargers at Metro stations, 34 at CNG filling stations, 24 at Indian Oil filling stations, 15 at Bharat Petroleum, and nine at Hindustan Petroleum outlets.
Besides these, one each will be set up in the car park at IGI Airport Terminal 3 and Jamia Milia. According to the plan approved, the charging stations will be set up and operational within three months. Read More
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