The government has invited proposals to deploy 1,000 Electric Vehicles (EVs) charging infrastructure in big and as well as small cities under the FAME-II scheme. Govt invites bids for the deployment of 1,000 EV charging stations
As per the set target achievement of the government, the necessary EV charging infrastructure is much needed to power the EVs in the country. With regard to that, the government of India wants to support the EV charging infrastructure.
Department of Heavy Industry (DHI) Ministry invited bids
The Department of Heavy Industry (DHI) Ministry invited the bids from the Urban Local
Bodies (ULBs)/municipal corporations, PSUs (State/Central) and public/private entities desirous for development of EV charging infrastructure in different states/cities.
Each charging station should have at least 6 chargers as per details are given below
Eligible cities must have more than 1 million population
The proposal to the eligible cities that have more than 1 million population according to the 2011 census and smart cities notified by MoHUA, satellite towns connected to 7 metros such as Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Hyderabad, Bangalore and Ahmedabad and the major cities of special categories, State/Union Territories and the capital city of all the states.
Heavy Industries Ministry says
the Heavy Industries Ministry said, “Initially, 1,000 EV charging stations are earmarked for deployment through this EOI. These charging stations will be sanctioned to different states/cities/entities after evaluation of the proposals received under the EOI.
The last date for submission of the proposals is August 20, the ministry said in the Expression of Interest (EOI).
Govt invites bids for EV charging stations
For complete details about the Charging categories, city information, selection process click EOI for EV charging in cities.
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