Earthtron EV will set up four EV Charging Stations on the Delhi-Jaipur highway, Delhi-Haridwar highway, Delhi-Agra highway, and Delhi-Chandigarh highway on Tuesday to make better inter-city travel for the electric vehicle owner.
About Earthtron EV Charging Stations
Earthtron EV is trying to become one of the largest EV charging stations provider in India. The company offers 60 KW for small vehicles & short-distance travels, Flash charging with 120 KW for heavy fleets, and more or less 350 KW charging units. Earthtron EV aims to make sustainable profit with green energy, interconnect tier 1, tier 2, and tier 3 cities & do the installation for convenient & anxiety-free travel for EV owners at the right place.
Charging Stations on Delhi-NCR Highway by Earthtron EV
Earthtron EV has announced to set up electric vehicle charging stations on the Delhi-NCR highway. These new charging stations will be a capacity of 50 charging points each and it will be quick because it uses digital platforms in addition to superfast charging infrastructure.
Earthtron EV will be installed four EV Charging Stations on the Delhi-Jaipur highway, Delhi-Haridwar highway, Delhi-Agra highway, and Delhi-Chandigarh highway on Tuesday to make better inter-city travel for the electric vehicle owner.
At the launching program of the EV charging station, Ashish Deswal, Founder of Earthtron EV, stated, “There are many EV stations in major cities, primarily for cabs and commercial vehicles as private EV owners usually charge at home. However, they shy away from intercity travel due to a lack of proper charging networks on highways. We aim to bridge this gap by covering all major highways in Delhi NCR. Approvals for the Delhi-Agra highway have already been received from the concerned authority. Others are in the process of approvals”.
As we all know that India is known for its pollution which can be any form of air, water, and sound pollution. That is why India is desperate to reduce the pollution level and moved forward to achieve a cleaner and greener environment. So, this EV industry is booming now and it will be. According to a report, the Indian government wants to adopt 30 percent for private cars, 70 percent for commercial vehicles, and 80 percent for two & three-wheeler by 2030.
As of now, EV sales in India tripled in the last fiscal to 17,802 units and are still growing according to the Federation of Automobile Dealers Association (FADA) report. The government is also an active player in promoting electric vehicles by providing incentives to both the EV owners as well as manufacturers.
Conclusion on EV Charging Station:
The government of India takes initiatives to grow this industry for future prospective and called many private players for installing charging stations infrastructure in India. There are tonnes of companies already coming into this race and many more to come just because of electric vehicles’ future.
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