As India prepares itself for the electric vehicles blitzkrieg over the next few years, several arms of the Indian government are planning pilot projects to get the motor running.
The Indian government’s planning arm, NITI Aayog, recently released a draft proposal to set up an electric vehicles charging corridor across New Delhi which could serve as a foundation for much larger deployment of EV charging infrastructure across the country.
The proposal has been prepared in partnership with AC2SG, a Finland-based smart grid software solutions provider. The proposal calls for setting up 135 EV charging stations along the Gurgoan-South Delhi-Noida corridor. This route will likely cover the busiest routes of the Indian capital. Read More…
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