As demand for EVs grow, it is helpful for owners and buyers of these electric vehicles to know what factors to keep in mind on infrastructure, safety and technology when getting an EV charger
The right EV charging solutions ensures that EV batteries are able to retain a long life and are not impacted by sudden disruptions during the charging cycle.
The Government of India’s proposed new battery swapping policy encourages interoperability and is attractive for plug-in charging players as they can help EV users charge their vehicles and swap batteries which are easily charged at the charging stations.
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EV charging points are high frequency touchpoints for consumers and hence can certainly be a medium of hyperlocal advertising and visibility to increase brand awareness and build recall.
Electric vehicles play an integral role in the overall supply chain of owning and driving cars by lowering carbon emissions. When the industry addresses the other issues mentioned above with the government’s support, EVs shall entirely contribute to making the environment greener and cleaner. Moreover, innovative solutions like destination charging shall further drive more people towards electric vehicles without charging-related worries.
The Government and private players should establish Public Charging Station (PCS) as a de-regulated & de-licensed activity, link EV usage with power bills, offer incentives on EV charging, etc., to build reliable EV charging infrastructure. They should remember specific factors while developing it to overcome existing challenges and ensure a successful transition of electric vehicles.
While the government is pushing for EV adoption, it seems to be lagging behind in the execution of its ideas for creating the infrastructure for EVs. The government’s goal to have EV charging stations every 25 km on highways and expressways seems to be far away. Setting up battery swapping stations can go a long way in pushing up the EV adoption rate
Electric Vehicles (EVs) today have emerged as the one-stop solution to reduce air pollution and immensely contribute to cleaner air by lowering PM2.5 (particles smaller than 2.5 microns) and PM10 (particles smaller than 10 microns) emissions. With the ever-increasing demand for Electric Vehicles (EVs), the unified forces of smart charging solutions providers and the Government have prioritized the need to introduce EV charging stations to address range & charge anxiety issues among riders. Such efforts significantly push the adoption of EVs across the country and ensure a cleaner environment through lower emissions.
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