Electriva to set up 1 lakh charging points; Budget to give EV charging infrastructure huge

  Electriva has recently received a contract to install and operate 100 EV charging stations in Delhi and another 150 are in the pipeline.

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  Sumit Dhanuka – Founder & Managing Partner – PreCog Innovation Partners, the company’s founder, said, “The vision is to have an Electriva charging point every 20 kilometers.”  “We are going to set up an electric charging point every three km in Delhi and in all major locations. The same is repeated. ..

  ElectiVa, an electric vehicle charging provider, is set to establish one lakh charging points across India over the next three years, making it the first mover to dominate the EV charging market.

  Sumit Dhanuka, the company’s founder, said, “The vision is to have an Electriva charging point every 20 kilometers.”  “We are going to set up an electric charging point every three km in Delhi and in all major places.

  Electriva has recently received a contract to install and operate 100 EV charging stations in Delhi and another 150 are in the pipeline.

  The company said the stimulus provided by the government in the budget would be a major boost to the EV charging infrastructure in the country.  ElectriVa is currently one of the leading independent EV charging station operators in India.  Dhanuka, a New Delhi-based entrepreneur with a renewable energy background, founded the company earlier this year.

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  The company has set three priority areas to grow.  One of the contracts offered by municipal corporations for intra-city setups.  The second is to establish infrastructure on major highways and partner with national and state highway corporations.  The third is providing decentralized charging points in housing societies and RWAs.

  India is likely to see a huge EV boom by 2025.  According to industry estimates, by the year 2025, there will be near 4 lakh charging stations.  Dhanuka said the company is also looking at other government officials and utility contracts.

To promote electric vehicles and make facilities more accessible, the Delhi government currently has 377 charging stations covering 170 locations.

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