Electric Charging Stations

Electric (EV) Charging Stations

Looking for an electric vehicle charging station near you? There are 1608 EV charging stations in India spread across 204 cities. Of these, Maharashtra has the highest number with 470 charging stations while Pondicherry has the least with 2 charging stations. Locate electric car charging points across India including charging cost by clicking on the EV brand of your choice.
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Electric Charging Stations in India

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How many EV stations are there in India?

A total of 1,742 electric vehicle charging stations have been installed in India as of March 2022 according to the Bureau of Energy Efficiency.

Who is installing EV charging stations in India?

Over 30 electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) manufacturers are building charging stations for electric cars and two-wheelers. They include AZBB India, Exicom, Fortrum India, Okaya, Tata Power, Numocity, Zevpoint and P2 Power Solutions.

Which company has the most EV charging stations in India?

Currently, Tata Power has the highest number of chargers, with over 300 electric vehicle charging stations operational.

How do electric charging stations work?

Charging stations usually have an app-based user interface. You can locate the nearest charging station using the charging company’s app or your vehicle manufacturer’s app. At the station, connect the charger to your vehicle’s charging port, and use the app to activate the charger and begin juicing up the battery. Alternatively, card-based and RFID tag-based charging services are also offered by some companies in India.

Is charging your electric car at an EV charging station free?

No. Some companies, such as MG Motor, did provide free charging services for a limited period of time. But you have to pay for charging at a public charger, and it’s usually more expensive than charging at home. Most companies offer a subscription-based payment system.

How much does it cost to charge an electric car at a charging station?

The cost of charging at a public station varies depending on the state or city in which the charger is located. The cost may be calculated per kWh of electricity used or based on the charging time, and it also varies by the charging speed offered by the charger. For example, in Maharashtra, you may have to spend anywhere from Rs 130 to Rs 240 to charge an electric car such as the Tata Nexon EV.

How much does it cost to charge an electric car at home?

The cost of home charging an EV can be easily calculated – just multiply your local electricity tariff by your vehicle’s charging capacity. For example, a Tata Nexon EV Max with its 40.5kWh battery can be fully charged for around Rs 260-330 in Delhi, where the tariff ranges from Rs 6.5-8 per unit.

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