Electric Vichel charging infrastructure will be expanded in Delhi, the government has approved the plan– News18 Hindi

New Delhi. People in Delhi will be made aware to use electric vehicles more, under which electric vehicle charging systems will soon be installed in malls, cinema halls and residential complexes of Delhi. The state government on Monday approved single window facility for expansion of EV charging network in the city. Jasmine Shah, Vice-Chairman of the Dialogue and Development Commission, said that the Delhi government has approved the setting up of Electric Vehicle Charging Stations under a single window. This is in response to the requests that we are receiving especially from apartment societies, RWAs, mall owners and others.

Power discoms representatives had already submitted a plan, which would help residents of Delhi to request installation of EV charging station in their premises through online portal or by making a phone call. As per the plan, for the first 30,000 charging points, 100 percent subsidy will be given for purchasing charging equipment up to ₹6,000 per charging point. This is in accordance with the Electric Vehicle Policy of Delhi Government.

Also read: In Himachal Pradesh, 5 thousand vehicles are entering daily, the number increased after the relaxation of Kovid rules, know all the laws

As per the plan, the single window facility will help in faster installation of EV chargers in apartments and group housing societies, hospitals and commercial locations like malls and theatres. Shah told the media that Delhi will soon be the only city in the world where one can install an EV charger and get government subsidy by making a phone call or applying online.

Also read: 10 thousand rupees will be saved on buying TVS Apache, this offer will be available with cashback

A panel of vendors will be approved by the power distribution companies, who will install these EV charging stations. The Delhi government also aims to provide subsidy to the consumer and meter installation company on the basis of EV tariff. Sajid Mubashir, head of the Center’s Committee on EV Charging Standards, said that we are in the final stages of establishing electric vehicle charging with a prototype. He also said that the upcoming low-cost smart AC charger for electric vehicles would cost around Rs 3,500 if commercially produced.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *