Delhi govt launched website electric vehicle charging stations
Delhi govt launched website electric vehicle charging stations. On January 20, the Delhi government launched a digital platform through which they can get information about electric vehicles. Transport Minister Kailash Gehlot told that on https://ev.delhi.gov.in/ people can get information about EV models available in the market, charging, and saving facilities. The motive of this website is to provide a user-friendly, and interactive platform for the public.
Charging stations and their locations
Gehlot told that Electric Vehicle (EV) consumers will get information about the locations of charging stations on the website. Presently, Delhi has 377 charging stations, 170 locations, and it will also provide real-time updated numbers to the users. It enables users to make a rational choice to identify the cost reduction that an electric vehicle can provide.
Give feedback and suggestions on the portal
Stakeholders can give their feedback and suggestions on the portal. An auto-generated mail will be sent to the consumer as well as the transport department. You can also find updates on Delhi’s EV ecosystem on the dashboard of the portal. (ANI reported)
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