NDMC will set up 50 new electric charging stations in the city over the next six months.

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NDMC will set up 50 EV charging stations in the next six months.

North Delhi Municipal Corporation (NDMC) will be setting up 50 new electric charging stations in the city over the next six months and according to reports, three companies have already got initial approvals for six sites. Last year, Delhi government had launched the ‘Delhi EV Forum’ which is aimed at bringing all the major stakeholders together for successful implementation of the Delhi EV policy. OEMs, fleet operators, charging station energy operators, experts and various government agencies are the members of the Delhi EV Forum and will provide the platform for conversations among all the stakeholders.

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The EV Forum has been actively involved in developing the infrastructure for EVs.

The state government is aiming at having an EV market share of 25 per cent across all new vehicle sales in Delhi by 2024. The policy has been drafted to lay out a comprehensive strategy to enable rapid transition to EVs in the national capital. It will be looking at five key aspects which are targeted financial incentives, non-financial incentives, enabling charging infrastructure, raising public awareness and building a green economy.

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The ‘Delhi EV Forum’ has provided a platform for continuous engagement with a broad set of stakeholders to implement the Delhi EV Policy through a series of quarterly meetings. Think-tanks, Civil Society Organizations (CSOs), Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs), Charging Infrastructure Providers, Fleet-aggregators and first- and last-mile service providers among other mobility service providers and government agencies were invited to participate in these workshops. It basically aims at following broad objectives like understanding on-the-ground challenges towards deployment of EVs and charging infrastructure and identify potential solutions. The forum has been actively involved in developing the infrastructure for EVs in the city and setting up the charging stations.

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