new Delhi. Delhi is also known as the EV (Electric Vehicle) capital of the country. The government here is not only emphasizing on building more and more EV charging stations, but is ensuring that people get electricity for vehicles at the least cost. Delhi’s Power Minister Satyendar Jain recently announced plans to set up 100 EV-charging stations in the state by June 27, with the lowest charging cost of ₹2 per unit in the country.
Last year, the Delhi government implemented the Electric Vehicle (EV) policy to reduce pollution in Delhi and reduce the consumption of petrol and diesel. According to this, charging stations will be built every 3 kilometers in Delhi. Apart from this, subsidy will be given on electric vehicles.
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Delhi is at the forefront of promoting electric vehicles in the country. The AAP government here claims that it is working towards popularizing electric vehicles as soon as possible. Apart from this, the number of charging points across the city is continuously increasing. Recently, the Power Minister said that the Delhi government will set up 100 EV-charging stations by June 27, 2022. These smart charging stations will have the lowest service charge of Rs 2 per unit in the country.
The Energy Minister said that under the PPP model, 100 electric vehicle charging stations will be built in different areas of the capital by June 27. 500 electric vehicles can be charged at a time at these stations. In its first phase, 71 charging stations will be installed in the premises of Delhi Metro. High transmission power lines and land for these charging stations will be provided by the Delhi government, while service and main power will have to be installed by a private company.
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People will be able to charge their car at these charging stations at ₹ 2 per unit. Delhi’s Energy Minister Satyendar Jain claims that for charging electric vehicles in any other city of the country, ₹ 10 or more has to be paid per unit.
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