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Online Form: EV Charging Station in your city – Govt. of India has started FAME in April 2015 to boost the Electrical Vehicle Manufacturing and Implementation in India. The FAME Phase-II has already started and GOI is now issued a notification to sanctioned charging stations will come up in 62 cities across 24 states and union territories (UTs). National Electric Mobility Mission Plan (NEMMP) 2020 is a National Mission document providing the vision and the roadmap for the faster adoption of electric vehicles and their manufacturing in the country.
The Department of Heavy Industry announced a SCHEME called FAME for Faster Adoption and Manufacturing of (Hybrid &) Electric Vehicles in India. Now, the Phase-II of FAME has started. Online bidding/ tender for the EV Charging Station in Cities and States by Govt. of India.
Electric Vehicle EV Charging Station
GOI announced fresh announcement to setup 2,636 charging stations in India. The highest number of EV charging stations has been alloted in Maharashtra: 317, Andhra Pradesh: 266, Tamil Nadu: 256, Gujarat: 226, Rajasthan is 205 EV Charging station.
State wise EV Charging Stations:
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The Department of Heavy Industry had invited the Expressions of Interest (EoI) from million-plus cities, smart cities, state and UT capitals, and cities from special category states for submission of proposals for availing incentives under the FAME Scheme Phase II for the deployment of EV charging infrastructure within cities.
Proposals for installation of charging stations are invited from entities that intend to build and operate EV charging infrastructure in any of the cities that falls under the
Categories stated below:
a. Million plus cities as per 2011 census;
b. Smart cities as notified by MoHUA;
c. Satellite towns connected to 7 metros (Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Hyderabad, Bangalore and Ahmedabad);
d. Major Cities of Special Categories State/ UTs;
e. The capital city of all states/UTs not covered in the above categories.
- Electrical Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE): ‘Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment’ (EVSE) includes the electrical equipment external to the electric vehicle that provides a connection for an electric vehicle to a power source for charging and also is equipped with advanced features like SmartvMetering, Cellular Capability, and Network Connectivity.
- EV Charging Station: For this EOI, EV Charging Station is defined as a station with a set of Electrical Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) equipped with advanced features like Smart metering, Cellular capability and Network connectivity capable of fast charging or slow charging of electrical vehicles along with associated Up-stream electrical infrastructure and confirming to National or International standards in force.
- Fast Charging Stations: Fast Charging Stations are those EV Charging Stations, wherein DC Fast Chargers of capacity 15 kW or higher and AC Type-2 Chargers of capacity 22 kW or higher are installed.
- Slow Charging Stations: Slow charging stations are those EV charging Stations, wherein AC Chargers capable of charging 2 Wheelers, 3 Wheelers and 4 Wheelers on slow charging mode are installed. These stations could optionally have DC fast chargers as well.
In all, 106 proposals were received from the public and private entities for the deployment of about 7,000 EV charging stations. Of these, the government has sanctioned 2,636 charging stations in 62 cities submitted by 19 public entities for 24 states.