Government needs to invest big in EV charging infra to boost e-mobility in India: TERI DG
Updated : November 21, 2018 05:35 AM IST
Admitting that private players are reluctant to invest in the EV charging infrastructure, he suggested that initially, the government can bring in a business model with public investment on the lines of UJALA scheme by Energy Efficiency Services Ltd (EESL), which can later be self sustaining.
Under the UJALA scheme, EESL had brought down the price of energy-efficient and environmentally safe LED bulbs to as low as Rs 38 through bulk tendering, from over Rs 300 per piece.
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