India’s CESL plans to set up 810 EV charging stations across highways

Circular Economy & Remanufacturing

CESL plans to install 590 chargers of 50 kW capacity and 220 chargers of higher 100 kW capacity

The Government of India’s Ministry of Power-backed Convergence Energy Services (CESL), which is a wholly owned subsidiary of Energy Efficiency Services (EESL), plans to set up 810 EV charging stations across 16 expressways and national highways, covering 10,275 km across the country, according to a report published by news publication Autocar Professional on 28 July 2022.

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