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The problem of charging e-vehicles in Delhi will end, 100 charging stations will be opened in two months

While launching the charging stations, CM Arvind Kejriwal said, “Earlier the charging stations and battery swapping stations were made separately, but now the facility of battery swapping will be made available at the charging stations itself. This will allow two wheeler and three wheeler electric vehicle drivers to drive their vehicles. Can replace the discharged battery.

The 11 charging stations launched have 73 charging points. Delhi is called the Electric Vehicle Capital of the country, as the largest number of electric vehicles in the country are sold in Delhi. Delhi alone has 10 percent of the country’s electric vehicles registered. Let us tell you that the Delhi government implemented the Electric Vehicle Policy (EV Policy) in August, 2019, after which there has been a huge increase in the sale of electric vehicles in the state.

The Delhi government aims to boost the buying and selling of electric vehicles by improving the charging infrastructure in the Delhi-NCR region. The Delhi government also wants to tackle the problem of pollution in the state by increasing the number of electric vehicles. Earlier this month, the government had announced the creation of a network of 1,000 charging stations within a year.

Of these 1,000 charging stations, 682 points have been installed by BRPL at 315 locations, 150 by BYPL at 70 locations and 168 by TPDDL at 50 locations. At the same time, within three years, the Delhi government has decided to set up 18,000 charging stations at different locations.

Of these, 5,000 charging stations will be installed on main roads, along highways and in non-parked residential colonies. Such charging stations will provide charging facility for long distance electric vehicles, as well as be of great use to people living in non-parking residential areas.

Explain that under the Delhi EV policy, a maximum subsidy of Rs 30,000 is being given on the purchase of electric two-wheelers, autorickshaws, e-rickshaws, and goods trains in the state, while a subsidy of up to Rs 1.5 lakh is being given on the purchase of an electric car. can be taken advantage of. Apart from this, electric vehicles have been completely exempted from registration fee.

The Delhi Transport Department had canceled the registration of over 1 lakh old vehicles in Delhi last year to check pollution. In view of the pollution situation in Delhi, the NGT (National Green Tribunal) has banned the plying of diesel vehicles older than 10 years and petrol vehicles older than 15 years.

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