7 new EV charging stations started in Delhi, and will be able to get every information related to it on the mobile app

7 new EV charging stations started in Delhi and will be able to get every information related to it on the mobile app. 7 new EV charging stations started in Delhi – Charging stations for electric vehicles are being built continuously in Delhi. Seven new charging stations were opened in the national capital on Wednesday. Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal gave this information. According to the Chief Minister, a mobile app will also give information about the charging station. According to him, this is the first charging station of its kind in the country.

7 new EV charging stations started in Delhi

Delhi adopted an electric vehicle policy in 2020. Since then the government has been subsidizing the purchase of these vehicles. Along with this, many concessions are being given on opening the charging station. In addition, there is a mobile app that provides information about EV policy, charging charges, and charging stations in Delhi.

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said, “Glad that seven such charging stations are starting today (Wednesday) across the city.” The Delhi Electric Vehicle Policy was formulated in 2020, and 60,846 electric vehicles have been purchased in the last two years. This year 29,848 purchases have been made in 7 months as compared to 25,809 last year. People have started adopting it. In 2022, 9.3% of EVs were purchased. An increase of 57% over the previous year.

How Much Will The Charging Fee Be

Arvind Kejriwal said that 2,000 more EV buses will be introduced by the end of 2023. At present 150 electric buses are running. There are already 2,000 charging stations in Delhi, and today 7 bus charging stations are being set up.

Rs 3 per unit will be charged for slow charging stations and Rs 10 per unit for fast charging stations. There is also an app for this, from which their information can be taken. This is the first-of-its-kind charging station in the country.

The charging station works fast

In a recently published report, it was mentioned that charging stations have been set up in 14 Cluster Yojna bus depots in Delhi.

The report said that charging stations have been installed at Rajghat, Chhatarpur, Dwarka Sector-22, Seemapuri, Dilshad Garden, Kair, Dichou Kalan, and Rani Kheda, Kanjhawala, Bawana Sector-1, and Sector-5 bus depots. It also includes Revla Khanpur. The charging stations are being built by Delhi Transport Infrastructure Development Corporation Limited or DTIDC.

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