Arvind Kejriwal, the Chief Minister of Delhi launched 11 electric vehicle charging stations in the national capital, taking another step. There's a target of 100 EV stations that are going to set up in next two months.
Currently, these 11 EV stations will have 73 charging points and 12 swapping points. Kejriwal said that these charging states will be installed in metro sites so that people can plug in and leaave their vehicles on charging.
It will be offered at a low cost - 7 paise/km for two-wheelers, 8 paise/km for three wheelers, and 33 paise/km if they charge their EV four wheeler.
The 11 charging station have been set up at Subhash Nagar, Dwarka Mor, Mohan Estate, Huaz Khas Metro station, Indraprastha, Vasant Vihar, Shadipur Depots, Sarita Vihar, Harkesh Nagar Okhla, and the parking area near Star City Mall in Mayur Vihar.
The government has provided land at highly concessional rates and infrastructre of upto 100 kW. So, there will be total 900 charging stations and 103 swapping stations in upcoming days.