EV Charging Technology and Infrastructure Development in India

India gearing up to increase charging infrastructure to address growing demand of electric mobility



  In recent years, there is a significant growth in the global automotive market for electric mobility. India, the third largest automotive market, also witnessed good growth in this arena with high adoption in electric 2-wheeler (E2W) and electric 3-wheeler (E3W) segments. The OEMs of passenger cars are also investing considerably in this segment with the majority of OEMs announcing their investment plans for the Indian market.

  The revolution in electric mobility also energized the associated infrastructure. Though India is behind in it compared to other markets, in recent years, the government, as well as private organizations, has accelerated the building of the infrastructure for electric mobility. The Government policies and private investments indicate that in coming years, the charging infrastructure will increase rapidly in India. Recent tie-ups by OEMs with charging services providers signify their commitment towards electric mobility in India. The Government norms and subsidies for charging infrastructure represent its movement in the right direction for a sustainable future.

  This report covers key technical parameters, OEM partnerships, government policies, and subsidies for electric vehicle charging and associated infrastructure. Battery swapping will also be discussed.

AC and DC charging stations AC and DC charging stations
AC and DC charging stations in an underground parking lot in India


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