85 electric vehicle charging stations installed in Delhi: Report
85 electric vehicle charging stations installed in Delhi: Report

The city of Delhi said that it has taken necessary steps to create the best electric vehicle atmosphere in the city. The Delhi government has announced plans to increase the share of electric vehicles in the national capital.

The city of Delhi has installed 85 electric bus stations at 82 sites in the national capital. At least 92 more offices will be available by December, MCD officials told PTI. Four Central Government Public Sector Enterprises (PSU) – Telecommunications Consultants India Limited (TCIL), Energy Efficiency Services Limited (EESL) and Broadcast Engineering Consultants India Limited (BECIL), Indraprastha Gas Limited (IGL) and DISCOMS – Tata Power Delhi Distribution Limited ( TPDDL), BSES and Yamuna Power Limited (BYPL) have given permission to MCD for installation and operation of EV stations.

They were shown a parking lot on the corner of the street to see that it is possible to install and operate a charger for electric cars. the statement said. MCD is led by the Bharatiya Janata Party.

According to a report from HT, Delhi is adding electric vehicles at a surprising pace, with more than 62,000 electric vehicles sold since the launch of the Delhi government’s vehicle policy in August 2020.

The country’s capital increased the share of electric car sales to 12.5% ​​in March this year. The Delhi government has announced plans to train electric vehicle operators as part of its efforts to boost the production of “green jobs”.

Delhi Skills and Commerce University will develop a system to train Automotive Engineering degree program students to become electric vehicle mechanics. As part of this program, 100 students will be trained every year in the basic and advanced operation of electric vehicles.

On Friday, DSEU, World Resources Institute India and Hero Electric Vehicles signed a memorandum of understanding. Big Bus will support Delhi Skills University in designing curriculum and imparting training to students.

On September 13, the Delhi government launched an open database for EV battery charging and charging stations at Switch Delhi to bring together all EV players on a single platform, PTI reported.

The database will provide access to more than 2,500 ports in Delhi.

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