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Delhi government hopes to have 18K public and semi-public EV charging stations

The Delhi government unveiled a three-year action plan for EV battery charging and swapping infrastructure, with the goal of installing 18,000 public and semi-public EV charging points by 2024.

According to the report titled 'Charging/swapping infrastructure action plan for Delhi 2022-25,' the Delhi government aims to have one public charging point for every 15 EVs by 2024, spread evenly across the state, and accessible within 3 km travel from anywhere in Delhi. "Taking into account the EV penetration and public charging needs of various vehicle segments and use cases," it said. "A charger to EV ratio of 1:15 translates to around 18,000 charging points would be required to cater for the need for (25% of total vehicle registrations) electric vehicles in the horizon year of 2024."

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