Electric Vehicle is getting into the mainstream of the Indian Automobile sector. Electric vehicles came into the picture when the particulate matter and the level of pollution rises at rapid speed. Internal Combustion Engines emit a large number of hazards and effects our nature. Due to this government comes into action and taken steps to reduce the level of air pollution.
So, the government has launched a scheme named FAME(Faster Adoption and Manufacture of (Hybrid and) Electric Vehicles) in 2015. And later in 2019 the government had revised there FAME scheme and upgraded the terms and gives it name FAME 2.
Phase I: 2015 to 31 March 2019.
Phase II: 1 April 2019 to 31 March 2022.
Although under FAME 2, the government has given subsidies on the purchase of Electric vehicles like two-wheeler, three-wheeler, hybrid and electric cars, and electric buses. Therefore, in FAME 2, a sum of around 10,000 crores is assigned for electric vehicle production and enhancement in the sales and to develop its infrastructure.
The main motive of this scheme is to upgrade the public and shared transportation from ICE vehicles to electric vehicles.
And the biggest example of the success of shared transportation through electric vehicles is the 3 wheeler EVrickshaws. A few years ago, the traditional rickshaws which are being pulled by chain and pedals are suddenly changed or replaced by battery rickshaws. It increases the number of employment and ease of working for people.
As of now, if we talk about charging infrastructure in India, then there is not an appropriate number of charging stations present. Therefore, this makes an unfavorable impact on the sale of Electric Vehicles. As their competitors(ICE vehicles) have fuel stations situated nearby to each other.
In FAME 2 it is stated that there is a charging station on every 3*3 km of the grid in the city and on every 25 km at highways on both sides. Also, the government is planning and establishing a fast-charging infrastructure in public places. These public places include parking areas, malls, fuel stations, etc. Also, there are some private organizations are coming and serving as an Electric Vehicle Charging Station providers in India.
Following is the list of some Electric Vehicle Charging Station Providers in India:
Fleely helps to keep the environment eco-friendly and to accomplish the need of EV generation. Therefore, it provides one of the advanced ways to charge your E-Vehicle.
Reduce car emission to help the Environment: EV cars emit less pollution as compare to fuel cars. And it helps to maintain the Eco-system.
DELTA Electronics India
It offers EV charging equipment like AC, DC(Fast) Charger. Also offers Charging station at residential buildings, parking lots, workplaces, etc. It installed its first DC charging station at Maharashtra Mantralya. It is a leading power and energy management company.
Delta mission is: “To provide innovative, clean and energy-efficient solutions for a better tomorrow.”
It offers AC and DC chargers of any configurations and installation.
This company offers Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure. ABB offers a total EV charging solution for electric mobility.
It offers high power fast car charging station, DC fast charging, EVLunic AC wall box and Heavy Commercial Vehicle Charging.
Exicom power solution provides Smart and Efficient Charging. Therefore, it works on cutting edge hardware technology. It offers Level 1 AC Slow charging, Level 2 AC Fast Charging and Level 3 DC Charging.
It also offers EV charging solutions and smart charging platforms. Also, it provides a portable charger, Residential Charging, Commercial Charging. EVQPoint mission is:
To make electric vehicle charging convenient for everyone and everywhere, and deliver a perfect user experience in harmony with the ecosystem.