The EV charging station offers four charging points to consumers with fast and slow charging options conforming to Bharat DC 001 and Bharat AC 001 standards
September 02, 2019. By News Bureau
NTPC Ltd. has announced the installation of its first electric vehicle (EV) charging station along with the Indian Oil Corporation (IOCL). The charging station has been set up at an IOCL petrol pump in Greater Noida
The two companies have joined hands to set up many such charging stations. “This EV charging station is the first in a series of such charging stations which have been planned across cities and highways,” the company said in a statement.
The EV charging station offers four charging points to consumers with fast and slow charging options conforming to Bharat DC 001 and Bharat AC 001 standards.
NTPC believed the adoption of electric vehicles is expected to help in reducing auto emissions, improving air quality and the country’s dependence on oil imports. As part of its increased focus on setting up electric vehicle charging stations, NTPC has entered into agreements with fuel retailers, Delhi Metro Rail Corp and state government entities for providing electric mobility solutions.
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