With Indian car manufacturers taking the step towards electrification as well, Delhi is well on its way to be the first to get things going. Energy solution provider Exicom Tele-Systems under the Energy Efficiency Services Limited procurement program installed 125 electric vehicle chargers at various locations around the Delhi-NCR region.
The chargers will be used to power up the Tata Tigor and the Mahindra e-Verito sedans obtained by EESL and include 100 numbers of 3.3 kW AC chargers and 25 numbers of 15kW DC fast chargers. The chargers are fully compliant with the Bharat AC and DC specifications released by the Department of Heavy Industries earlier this year. This chargers will allow consumers to pay through multiple options including, debit card, credit card, BHIM as well as UPI.
The chargers have been made according to Indian conditions and are quite rugged according to Exicom and can be installed at residential, commercial as well as at community parking locations. At the moment the company is offering both off the shelf as well as customised solutions for home and public charging for the two-wheeler, three-wheeler, passenger vehicle segment and commercial vehicles.