Boosting the business side of adopting electric vehicles at various commercial and residential complexes, JERC has fixed a tariff plan for EV charging stations in Chandigarh. In its latest order, the regulatory commission has fixed Rs 4 per unit and Rs 100 as a fixed monthly charge on electricity bill for the charging stations.
Recently, the UT electricity department of Chandigarh, in its power tariff petition, had proposed a tariff plan for such stations, which the administration plans to set up in different parts of the city. Earlier, the UT electricity department had proposed Rs 5 per unit in the slab of 0-150 units; Rs 5.30 and Rs 5.60 per unit for 151-400 units and above 400 units, respectively. However, the commission did not fix slab-wise tariff and rather went in for a fixed Rs 4 per unit.
The Central government has already framed a National Electric Mobility Mission Plan, which aims at promoting hybrid and electric vehicles in the country. Read more
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