Niti Aayog on Thursday launched a handbook to assist state governments and native our bodies in framing insurance policies for organising charging networks for electrical automobiles. Based on an official assertion, the target is to reinforce charging infrastructure and facilitate a fast transition to electrical mobility within the nation.
‘The Handbook for Electrical Automobile Charging Infrastructure Implementation’ has been collectively developed by Niti Aayog, Ministry of Energy (MoP), Division of Science and Know-how (DST), Bureau of Power Effectivity (BEE), and World Sources Institute (WRI) India.
The handbook offers a scientific and a holistic method for adoptions by implementing authorities and different stakeholders concerned in planning, authorisation and execution of EV charging infrastructure, the assertion stated.
It presents an outline of the technological and regulatory frameworks and governance constructions wanted to facilitate EV charging.
Niti Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant stated the EV ecosystem in India is evolving quickly and there are a number of gamers coming into the charging infrastructure market.
This handbook offers holistic governance for private and non-private stakeholders to work collectively in establishing strong and accessible EV charging networks, Kant added. Niti Aayog Vice Chairman Rajiv Kumar stated the handbook addresses the frequent challenges being confronted by completely different native authorities in implementing EV charging networks.
The handbook was ready with help from the Ministry of Housing and City Affairs, Ministry of Setting, Forest and Local weather Change, and Division of Heavy Trade.