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Trouble-free EV charging at home and office using your own existing connections

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The Union Minister of Power announced revised guidelines for charging infrastructure of electric vehicles that enable owners to use their existing power connections at home and offices.

To make it cash rich for EV owners, the Indian government has altered a few electric motor guidelines and standards for charging infrastructure. The Ministry issued their statement stating, “Infrastructure requirements for Public Charging Infrastructure as well as for Public Charging Infrastructure for long-range EVs and/or heavy-duty EVs have been outlined.”

The revised guideline also briefed that any individual or entity is liberal to set up public charging stations without the requirement of a license provided that, such stations should address the technical, safety as well as performance benchmarks and protocols laid down under the guidelines given by the Ministry of Power, Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE) and Central Electricity Authority (CEA) from time to time.

The list of provisions for Public Charging Station (PCS) has also been mapped out.

The Ministry clarified that, “The objective is to enable faster adoption of electric vehicles in India by ensuring safe, reliable, accessible and affordable charging infrastructure and ecosystem. This would also promote energy security and reduction of emission intensity of the country by promotion of the entire EV ecosystem”.

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To confront any crosses of making charging houses more affordable, a revenue-sharing model has been proposed for land under government and public entities, by installing PCS on the basis of a fixed rate of Re 1 per kWh, that has to be paid to the land-owning agencies on a quarterly basis.



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