Hyderabad : The central government hears good news for electric vehicle consumers It appears that the central government is widely promoting the use of electric vehicles with the main objective of reducing oil consumption and preventing air pollution. As part of this, the central government has announced subsidies and concessions to various manufacturing sectors. In addition to these, it seems that rapid measures have been initiated to overcome the problems of loading vehicles traveling long distances. As part of this, the sector seems to be preparing for the first phase of the country’s oil companies to install twenty-two thousand electric vehicle charging stations (electric vehicle charging stations) in mission mode on national highways along with the main cities of the country. country. .
From this, Indian Oil Corporation Limited will establish 10,000 stations. It has already installed 439 charging stations for electric vehicles. And it plans to install 2,000 charging stations in its point-of-sale network next year. Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited will establish a total of 7,000 electric vehicle charging stations, of which 1,000 electric vehicle charging stations will be installed by next year. The Petroleum Corporation of India has already established 52 stations. HPCL, which has already installed 382 electric vehicle stations, will install 1,000 stations next year, for a total of 5,000 stations, company officials said.
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