With the aim of increasing electric vehicle penetration, coupled with improvements in energy security, sustainability, emission reduction and green transportation, PGCIL EV Charging Station to start across the country.

POWERGRID Electric Vehicle Charging Solution will simplify E-Mobility solution for road vehicles including electric 2 wheelers, E-rickshaws / auto, e-cars, buses, etc.

PGCIL EV Charging Station coming soon in Meghalaya:

Power Grid Corporation of India Limited (POWERGRID) has laid the groundwork for the first Electric Vehicle Charging Station (EVCS) in Meghalaya in an office complex in Lapalang, Shillong.

EVCS is being developed as part of India’s Faster Electric Vehicle Acquisition and Manufacturing (FAME) Phase II scheme, according to the official announcement.

Under this plan, POWERGRID will develop 11 EVCS in Shillong City (5 public EVCS and 6 government EVCS). Each station will have four 15 kW DC001 chargers and one 100 kW CCS2 / CHAdeMO charger (twin-gun), forming 66 charging points. in the city of Shillong.

Out of 11 locations, a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed for 4 locations, including the POWERGRID office complex in Lapalanga, the MTC warehouse in Demtring, the MTC car park at Police Bazar, and the Polo car park at Polo, according to the statement. …

Out of 11 locations, a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed for 4 locations, including the POWERGRID office complex in Lapalanga, the MTC warehouse in Demtring, the MTC car park at Police Bazar, and the Polo car park at Polo, according to the statement. …

POWERGRID currently has 172,154 km of lines, 262 substations, and over 446,940 MVA of variable capacity.

Through the use of the latest technology tools and techniques, the use of digital solutions, and improved automation, POWERGRID has been able to maintain 99% data availability, it added. (ANI)

Hyderabad Metro and Power Grid Provides EV Charging Station:

L and T Metro Rail (Hyderabad) Limited announced the move to provide electric vehicle chargers at metro stations that are part of the Power Grid Corporation of India Limited.

Providing this opportunity, the Hyderabad metro becomes the first metro to offer charging stations for electric vehicles.

With the Vehicle to Grid (V2G) concept, electric vehicles can also help stabilize the grid.

In an effort to reduce carbon emissions, LTMRHL has contracted with PowerGrid to promote electric vehicle charging stations to connect to the first and last mile in metro stations.

Green Metro:

KVB Reddy, MD, and CEO of LTMRHL said: “We are committed to providing the best Green Metro service to the people of Hyderabad, and this is a step in that direction. Operating costs are also significantly lower than fossil fuel vehicles. As India strives for high penetration of renewable energy by transferring this energy to electric vehicles, net CO2 production can be reduced to almost zero. “

For starters, PowerGrid will develop charging stations at Miyapur and Dr. BR Ambedkar Balanagar metro stations.

PowerGrid will then develop EV charging stations in all metro corridors. To meet the needs of existing vehicle types, the company plans to introduce a Bharat DC-001 charger.

As the market grows, he hopes to release compatible chargers that meet international standards for all-electric vehicles.

It is also developing an app to help consumers locate and share charging stations, and to simplify online payments for charging electric vehicles for a seamless experience over time Wait at least.

As PGCIL Starting EV Charging Station these charging stations for electric vehicles will be remotely monitored and operated by the power grid.

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