India’s prominent EV charging infrastructure provider Magenta ChargeGrid has announced that it has installed nearly 116 charging stations around Delhi under the state government’s single window scheme.
EV charging infrastructure company, Magenta ChargeGrid has announced that it has installed around 116 EV chargers under the Delhi government’s Single window scheme in several locations in the capital including Munirka, Chattarpur, Jamia Nagar, Vasant Kunj, Dwarka, Rohini, and more. The company was selected by three DISCOMs of Delhi including BRPL, BYPL, and TPDDL for three years to set up a comprehensive EV charging station network across Delhi. The area’s first LEV AC EV charger under the state government's plan was also developed and installed by Magenta ChargeGrid at Vasant Kunj residential community.
In addition to the aforementioned chargers, the company has also installed around 100 EV chargers in different DISCOM offices. The subsidy scheme under Delhi’s EV policy provides each consumer Rs 6,000 subsidies per EV charging point. Meanwhile, private charging is limited to 1 EV charging point and up to 20 EV charging points for properties which are partially public. The subsidy is available for the first 30,000 points including LEVAC and AC 001 chargers.
Magenta’s LEVAC chargers are designed for private usage while the AC001 is for residential purposes. The private EV charger costs almost Rs 2,375 after subsidy and comes with a host of features such as the resumption of charging sessions after a power failure. It also comes with multiple safety protocols to protect against electronic short circuits, over-current, over-voltage, and ground fault.