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eBikeGo recently announced that they will be undertaking the task of installing 3,000 IoT enabled public charging stations across five cities in the country. These charging stations will cater to both two-wheeler and three-wheeler electric vehicle users in respective cities.
The charging station will be installed in a phase-wise manner. The first five cities include New Delhi/NCR, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, and Chennai. The company will begin the installation of these stations where the EVs are actively being used and in densely populated areas.
The installation os these public charging stations will begin from December 1, 2020. The company aims to finish installing 3,000 stations by the end of February 2021. Ultimately, the company aims to expand its EV charging network to 12,000-15,000 in the next one year.
The eBikeGo EV charging stations will be connected to the internet to help with easy access to charging stations. EV users looking to use the charging station will have to simply scan the QR code to activate the charging.
eBikeGo will also provide a smartphone application, where user can keep a check on the number of units being used while charging their two-wheeler or three-wheeler. The same application will also cater to vendors who install these stations at their establishment.
The eBikeGo charging station provides multiple payment options such as UPI, credit or debit cards, or cash. According to the company, It will cost about 20-50 paise per km to charge the two-wheelers as well as three-wheelers. This makes EVs around five times cheaper to run than petrol-powered vehicles.
The charging stations follows make-in-India initiative and will be manufactured in the country. This will help create employment and business opportunities due to the growing number of EV users in the country.
With more number of charging points, the EVs become a practical choice for daily commutes and help convert more users from petrol-powered vehicles to green vehicles. With more number of EVs plying on streets, the air-pollution will drastically come down creating a clean environment.
Thoughts About eBikeGo Installing 3,000 Charging Stations In Five Cities Across India
With the increasing number of EV users in the country, eBikeGo's charging station initiative will be a welcome addition in the country. The increased number of charging stations will reduce the range of anxiety and offer enhanced practicality for hassle-free daily commutes. More number of EVs will help with reduced air pollution across the country.