New Delhi: Working on the central government’s stipulation that at least one e-charging station for electric vehicles should be available in a 2x2km grid, South Delhi Municipal Corporation has identified 226 feasible locations and hopes to install most charging stations by the end of the current financial year.
While permission has been obtained from various agencies for such stations at 143 places, 35 stations have been energised and work is in progress at 25 sites. On Thursday, SDMC inaugurated echarging stations for two-wheelers at South Extension, Defence Colony, Hauz Khas and Safdarjung Enclave, with two more to become operational this week.
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