Kolkata: The New Town Kolkata Improvement Authority (NKDA) will set up and function 12 quick electrical automobile charging stations throughout the township. Charging at these stations can be cheaper than the privately operated stations.
“The NKDA will begin the work on establishing EV charging stations throughout 12 locations in New City. Charging at these stations can be reasonably priced for motorists and these stations could have excessive pace chargers. The company that may give you the stations has been chosen. This is part of creating EV infrastructure in New City,” stated the NKDA chairman, Debashis Sen.
At current, many of the privately run EV charging stations promote electrical energy for Rs 17 or Rs 18 per unit. “The NKDA can be promoting electrical energy for Rs 12 or Rs 13 per unit,” stated an official.
The 12 areas the place the EV charging stations will come up are the areas close to Meira service station, beside Axis Mall on MAR- 1111, close to Professor Shanku Park behind Metropolis Centre II, beside Spencers mall of Sukhobristi, close to Eco Park gate No 4, close to New City Faculty in DB Block, at sixth intersection close to Akankha Extra, close to Chittaranjan Nationwide Most cancers Hospital in DJ block, close to Biswa Bangla gate in CC block, close to Rosedale and Uniworld metropolis housing complexes, close to Mela floor on Good Avenue and throughout the car parking zone of Biswa Bangla conference centre.
There are round 30 EV charging stations throughout New City, together with these run by the Housing Infrastructure Improvement Company (Hidco).
The NKDA may even reserve area for electrical automobile parking and charging items on the multi-level parking tons, which the authorities are constructing in New City. Just like the NKDA, the Hidco has additionally been creating infrastructure for electrical buses in New City. With the state authorities already arising with an electrical automobile coverage, the Hidco is engaged on a plan to develop a centre of excellence for selling using electrical automobiles within the township. The centre may even help the conversion of conventional automobiles into electrical automobiles, stated an official.