India: Delhi building managements asked to keep space for EV charging points
  • Delhi's Power Minister has directed all buildings that have a parking capacity of 100 vehicles to set aside 5% of it for EVs, along with suitable slow EV chargers.
  • With this, the city can have 10,000 charging points for EVs by December.
  • He said under the Delhi EV policy, a subsidy of up to ₹6,000 per charging point can be availed by the buildings.
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