Electric vehicle charging stations in India will have to follow a common standard approved by the government, which has accepted a panel’s suggestion to have a uniform infrastructure across the country. The standardisation of charging infrastructure will enable electric vehicles of all models by different manufacturers to be charged at any station.
The Committee on Standardisation of Protocol for Electric Vehicles (EV) Charging Infrastructure has come out with recommendations entailing specifications for Bharat EV Charger AC-001 and Bharat EV Charger DC-001.
“Government of India has considered the recommendations made by the Committee and has adopted the Report on Bharat Public EV Charger Specifications submitted by the Committee,” the Department of Heavy Industries said. Read More…
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