NDMC plans to have 52 e-charging stations operating by march end
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NDMC plans to have 52 e-charging stations operating by march end

North Delhi Municipal Corporation (NDMC) has opened the first e-vehicle charging station in Rani Bagh, and the second is expected to open in Jhandewalan later this week, as part of a fresh push to improve e-mobility usage in the national capital. By the end of March, the city intends to have 52 such e-charging stations operating.

According to a top North DMC official, talks to build up 54 stations began in late October with two government subsidiaries, Broadcast Engineering Consultants India Limited (BECIL) and Convergence Energy Services Limited (CESL), as well as Tata Power Delhi Distribution Limited (TPDDL).TPDDL will be in charge of 20 stations, while BECIL and CESL will be in charge of 17 each.

The official said that they were given the task of making two stations operational as soon as possible. No authorization from other agencies is required because the sites will be located on surface parking lots.

According to a Tata Power Delhi Distribution Limited (TPDDL) spokesman, the e-charging station on Rani Bagh's Road 44 began operating on February 10. It features two DC chargers, one with a capacity of 50 kW and the other with a capacity of 15 kW. TPDDL's second station, at Videocon Tower in Jnandewalan, will be operational in a day or two, according to the company.

According to officials, BECIL and CESL have procured equipment and established power supply at four sites in the meantime. At each location, a charging station for at least one four-wheeler and one two-wheeler will be built.

The official said that two four-wheelers can be charged in Rani Bagh.Two-wheeler battery changing facilities could be added to the stations.

TPDDL, BECIL, and CESL will charge Rs 10 per KW per hour and pay North DMC a rental of Rs one per kW per hour.

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North Delhi Municipal Corporation (NDMC) has opened the first e-vehicle charging station in Rani Bagh, and the second is expected to open in Jhandewalan later this week, as part of a fresh push to improve e-mobility usage in the national capital. By the end of March, the city intends to have 52 such e-charging stations operating. According to a top North DMC official, talks to build up 54 stations began in late October with two government subsidiaries, Broadcast Engineering Consultants India Limited (BECIL) and Convergence Energy Services Limited (CESL), as well as Tata Power Delhi Distribution Limited (TPDDL).TPDDL will be in charge of 20 stations, while BECIL and CESL will be in charge of 17 each. The official said that they were given the task of making two stations operational as soon as possible. No authorization from other agencies is required because the sites will be located on surface parking lots. According to a Tata Power Delhi Distribution Limited (TPDDL) spokesman, the e-charging station on Rani Bagh's Road 44 began operating on February 10. It features two DC chargers, one with a capacity of 50 kW and the other with a capacity of 15 kW. TPDDL's second station, at Videocon Tower in Jnandewalan, will be operational in a day or two, according to the company. According to officials, BECIL and CESL have procured equipment and established power supply at four sites in the meantime. At each location, a charging station for at least one four-wheeler and one two-wheeler will be built. The official said that two four-wheelers can be charged in Rani Bagh.Two-wheeler battery changing facilities could be added to the stations. TPDDL, BECIL, and CESL will charge Rs 10 per KW per hour and pay North DMC a rental of Rs one per kW per hour. Image Source Also read: Start-up launches low-cost EV charging stations

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