The first electric vehicle (EV) charging station in the state was opened at the Indian Oil Retail Outlet M/s United fuels at Edappally on Saturday.
With this, Kochi has become the second city in south India to have an EV charging station after Hyderabad. The first such station in the country was commissioned last year in Nagpur by Indian Oil Corporation Limited.
While the inauguration was done through video conference by chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan in the presence of state head and chief general manager of IndianOil, Kerala, V C Asokan, the first charging of the electric vehicle was done by district collector S Suhas at the retail outlet. Read more
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