Indian Army Partners With Tata Power To Set Up 16 EV Charging Stations At Delhi Cantonment
The Indian Army through it's 'Go-Green Initiative' has collaborated with TATA Power to setup 16 charging stations for electric vehicles (EV) at various locations in Delhi Cantonment.
All 16 charging stations setup in Delhi Cantonment can be used both for personal and official EVs in Delhi Cantonment.
The Indian Army is providing suitable facilities for setting up EV charging stations along with arranging upstream power infrastructure to energise the chargers, the Defence Ministry said in a statement.
Inauguration of charging stations was carried out today by Lt Gen Dhiraj Seth, GOC Delhi Area in the presence of army officials and senior executives from Tata Power and Tata Motors, the ministry said.
On the occasion, Lt Gen Seth said, "This is a unique initial step by Indian Army and Tata Power towards implementation of Government of India's National Electric Mobility Mission Plan (NEMMP) and Indian Army's 'Go-Green' Initiative".
He further urged everyone to contribute towards these eco-friendly initiatives to maintain an emission free environment, a bounden duty, mankind has towards future generations.
To encourage consumers, Tata Power has made it easy and user friendly to access the charging stations through its EZ charge mobile app, available on all platforms.
It has a variety of features which provide a seamless EV charging experience to EV users including e-payment, location of nearest EV charging station etc.
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