EVRE, India’s leading EV charging infratech company, on Monday 16th May installed the first EV charging station in a residential society in East Delhi. Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia inaugurated the EVRE Infinity EV Charger at Nagarjuna Apartments, Mayur Vihar. Talking about the efforts of the Delhi government towards the development of the EV ecosystem, Manish Sisodia said that we have set a target that 10 percent of the vehicles purchased by the consumers should be electric vehicles. However, we have exceeded this target and in 2022, 12 per cent of the total vehicles purchased were electric vehicles.
Incentive to electric car buyers
Manish Sisodia said on the occasion of setting up of EV charging station in the residential area of Mayur Vihar that the price of petrol has crossed the Rs 100 mark. On the other hand, electric vehicles are also helpful in reducing pollution. Congratulating EVRE and Nagarjuna Apartments for being the first EV charging station in East Delhi, he said that this is a great initiative by Nagarjuna Apartments. The first charging station set up by EVRE will encourage more and more people to buy electric vehicles, which will also boost the charging infrastructure in the times to come.
Preparations to make Delhi an EV hub
Krishna K Justy, Co-Founder and CEO, EVRE said, “We are inspired to continue working towards the Delhi government’s mission of making the city an EV hub in the times to come. We want to solve the problems people face in charging electric vehicles. Keeping in view the growing demand for Electric Vehicles in the city, we are manufacturing smart and integrated chargers. EVRE strives to make communities and cities EV-ready by building sustainable infrastructure for charging electric vehicles. With this, consumers will not only be able to take advantage of convenient services, but will also be able to easily switch to electric vehicles.