Electric Mobility: The Next Big Thing in India
In August 2017, Energy Efficiency Service Ltd (EESL), a subsidiary of the Ministry of Power in India, announced the acquisition of 10,000 electric vehicles (EV), mainly for government use. Tata Motors and Mahindra and Mahindra (M&M) will supply the EVs to EESL. Additionally, EESL would deploy 4,000 units of EV charging stations (3,000 units of alternative chargers (AC) or slow chargers, and 1,000 units of direct current (DC) chargers or fast chargers) in Delhi, India. A more detailed discussion on electric vehicles can be found on ABI Research Smart Cities in Asia (PT-1859) and Smart Cities in North America (PT-1856).
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