Here’s how much it will cost to establish private EV charging stations in Delhi.

  • For the first 30,000 applicants, the cost of installing private electric vehicle chargers in Delhi would be subsidized.
  • The installation and operationalization of the electric vehicle charger would be completed within seven working days after an application was submitted.

The Delhi government would levy a fee of 2,500 for private charging stations for light commercial electric vehicles, such as two- and three-wheelers, to be installed in malls, condominiums, hospitals, and other private buildings throughout the city.

 
After a government subsidy of 6,000, the first 30,000 applicants will pay a fee of 2,500.
 
The incentive will lower the cost of chargers by up to 70%, Transport Minister Kailash Gahlot said at a news conference announcing the introduction of a single-window service for users to get private charging stations installed.
 
(See also: Delhi eliminates EV subsidies as electric vehicle registrations soar.)
 
Applicants can either go to the Discom’s website or phone the hotline lines provided. They can access the portal and choose an electric vehicle (EV) charger from the list that the government has added. They can also compare the costs of these chargers and place an order for installation online or over the phone.
 
 

The installation and operationalization of the electric vehicle charger would be completed within seven working days after an application was submitted. Applicants can also schedule the installation of chargers using the single-window interface at their leisure.

Consumers can also choose a new electrical connection with a pre-paid meter in order to get a lower EV tariff. They also have the option of continuing to use the existing electrical connection. The government of the capital has set the cost of electricity consumed by these EV charging stations at 4.5 cents per unit. 

Installation of such a charger requires very little space: one square foot for an LEV AC charger and two square feet for an AC 001 charger. Both of these chargers will be installed on the wall. The DC-001 charger can be set up on a two-square-meter piece of ground with a two-meter height.

According to Jasmine Shah, deputy chairman of the Delhi Dialogue and Development Commission (DDC), this is the country’s first single-window facility for installing private chargers in malls, offices, residential societies, and colleges. “Such a user-friendly technique for installing EV chargers has been devised for the first time in India,” Gahlot agreed.” “Delhi will become the finest city in the world in terms of accessibility to EV charging points,” he said, adding that with the extensive installation of chargers, “Delhi will become the best city in the world in terms of accessibility to EV charging points.” “..

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