Currently the government is taking quite reasonable and major steps to promote electric cars in the country. The general public is being asked to adopt electric cars, but despite the efforts of the general public, the demand for electric cars in government departments and offices in the country is in slow motion even after all the efforts of the government. Let's know the full details
According to media reports, Energy Minister R K Singh has admitted in the Lok Sabha that the sale of electric cars is at a slow pace. And as per the scheme, a total of 652 electric cars have been supplied so far. Energy Efficiency Services Limited (EESL) had to supply a total of 10,000 electric cars to different government departments and offices. But only 652 of these electric cars have been supplied. In view of the slow pace in electric sales, the central government has now extended the delivery deadline for electric cars to January 31, 2020.
For your information, there are reasons why people in the country want to buy electric cars, but there are many reasons why electric vehicles lack charging infrastructure, lack of strong batteries, and high prices of electric cars. On October 13, the Letter of Award (LoA) was issued for supply of 400 electric cars, which was to be supplied by November 30, 2017, while the Letter of Award (LoA) was issued on February 28, 2018 for 9600 electric cars, which was to be supplied by January 31, 2019. But now it has been extended till 31st January, 2020. These cars are to be supplied by EESL. There are 295 AC and 161 DC captive chargers installed across the country for 652 electric cars.
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