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Government issues setting up E-Vehicle Fuel charging station

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Government has issued some guidelines for setting up of charging stations for e-vehicles across the country. One thing is clearly mentioned in the guidelines that such charging stations should be set up at every 25 kilometers. The Union Housing and Urban Affairs Ministry said in an official statement that the government expects that by 2030, 25 percent of all vehicles running on the roads will be e-vehicles. In this case, there is a need to set up infrastructure for charging e-vehicles across the country.

Government issues setting up E-Vehicle Fuel charging station

Provision for setting up the charging station
The Government has made provisions for setting up an E-Vehicle Charging Station by amending the Model Building Bye-Laws and the Urban Area Development Plan Framework and Compliance Guidelines-2014. According to the statement, these guidelines will be done in consultation with State Governments and Union Territories in making sub-rules for such vehicles and infrastructure.

It has been clearly stated that at least one e-Vehicle Charging station should be built on every 100 kilometers on both sides of the highways for heavy or capable electric vehicles. The government has also advocated the construction of a charging station in the residential areas. Also, public charging stations are recommended to be installed at every 25 kilometers on both sides of the road or highway.

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