Five percent of all will have to reserve for electric vehicles.
If you have an electric car and you are in Delhi, you will get reservation in parking lots in Delhi’s shopping malls, hospitals, hotels or even offices. Wherever there is a capacity to park more than 100 vehicles, five percent of it will have to be reserved for electric vehicles.
New Delhi. You may have heard about government subsidies and other benefits for buying electric vehicles, but there is a city where the government also reserves parking in malls and markets for these electric cars. Is going The matter is happening in Delhi where guidelines have also been issued by the government regarding this. This means that if you have an electric car and you are in Delhi, you will get reservation in parking lots in Delhi’s shopping malls, hospitals, hotels or even offices. It is known that the Delhi government is making several efforts with the help of electric vehicles, which will bring more and more awareness, besides subsidy, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal himself said that he had started the Switch Delhi campaign in the past few days. Within the fleet of the government there will be only electric vehicles.
Delhi’s Energy Minister Satyendra Jain has instructed that five percent of the area where such a parking place has the capacity to park more than 100 vehicles will have to be reserved for electric vehicles. So that along with parking there, charging centers of electric vehicles can also be made. It is known that the Delhi government had said that by December 2021, more than ten thousand charging centers would be built in the city. Authorities have agreed to give this time till December to execute this order, while the institutions going under the Electric Vehicle Policy will do so, they will also get a concession of six thousand rupees at every charging center.
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300 electric buses too soon
Soon, DTC will start running 1000 AC low floor CNG buses (CNG Buses) as well as 300 electric buses on Delhi roads. Delhi Transport Minister Kailash Gahlot confirmed this decision in a meeting of the board of directors of Transport Corporation of Delhi. These new buses will be equipped with state of the art facilities like real-time passenger information system, CCTV, panic button, GPS. Apart from this, special care has also been taken of the facilities of disabled passengers in these buses.