Delhi to get fast-charging e-vehicle stations by next month
New Delhi- Feb 11- The government is setting up infrastructure for charging electric vehicles (EVs) in some busy areas of the Capital where cars can be recharged for as low as Rs 30 for a 15-minute top-up.
There will be fast-charging stations set up in public parking spaces and high-visibility areas.
State-run EESL plans to set up 84 such facilities by March-end at Khan Market and Yashwant Place, among other locations in New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) area, which includes Lutyens’ Delhi. Users will be able to charge with a mobile app, ElectriFi, and even book a time slot.
In the initial phase, charging stations will be equipped with Bharat DC-001, the standard compatible with EV models of Tata Motors and Mahindra & Mahindra, while there will be space and interconnection facility available to accommodate European CCS and Japan’s CHAdeMO in each station.