The hassle of electric auto and scooter charging is over in Delhi, the government has heard great news
Charging stations in Delhi The public capital will get 100 electric vehicle charging stations in the coming two months. Kejriwal inaugurated 11 similar charging stations on Tuesday and said that battery relief installation would also be available at these charging stations.
Delhi EV Charging stations The problem of charging for people using electric vehicles in the capital Delhi is going to be reduced. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said that the public capital will get 100 electric vehicle charging stations in the coming two months. Kejriwal inaugurated 11 similar charging stations on Tuesday and said that battery relief installation would also be available at these charging stations. He said, “ before the battery exchange center and charging station used to be separate but now this installation will be available at one place. There are 73 charging points at these 11 stations. Delhi will get 100 charging stations in the coming two months.
The Chief Minister said that utmost of these charging stations are being set up at metro stations so that people can leave their vehicles at the charging stations and go to their destinations by metro and on their return return home with completely charged vehicles. He said that the charging stations have been erected under public-private cooperation, for which the Delhi government has linked 100 places. Kejriwal twittered, “ moment I inaugurated 11 charging stations in Delhi. These are grounded on a unique model. After charging the vehicles at these stations, it’ll be extremely provident to drive them. moment, Delhi has given the world the cheapest model.
He said that a stoner, after charging his vehicle, would spend 7 paise per kilometer for a two- wheeler, 8 paise for a three- wheeler and 33 paise for a auto, which is further provident than petrol, diesel and CNG. The ambitious Delhi Electric Vehicle Policy, brought out in August 2020, aims to increase the share of electric vehicles in total deals to 25 per cent by 2024.