Charging stations

The Delhi EV Policy is committed to creating an enabling environment for the provision of private and public charging/swapping infrastructure. A working group for accelerated roll-out of charging infrastructure in Delhi was constituted, responsible to develop the strategy for Delhi to create a network of charging stations in the city.

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New Delhi
8 charging stations
21 charging points available
EESL
NDMC Parking, Opposite South Indian Bank, Block E, RR6, Middle Circle, Connaught Place, New Delhi- 110001
No. of connectors 1
Timing 24 hours
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Payment modes: E-wallet, cash
EESL
Outside Chelmsford Club/ Opposite CSIR Building, Rafi Marg, Sansad Marg Area, New Delhi 110001
No. of connectors 14
Timing 24 hours
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Payment modes: E-wallet, cash
EESL
Opposite IVORY Mart, F Block, Inner Circle, Connaught Place, New Delhi 110001
No. of connectors 1
Timing 24 hours
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Payment modes: E-wallet, cash
EESL
Near Snow White, Block D, Inner Circle, Connaught Place, New Delhi 110001
No. of connectors 1
Timing 24 hours
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Payment modes: E-wallet, cash
EESL
Outside Van Heusen Showroom, Block C, Inner Circle, Connaught Place, New Delhi 110001
No. of connectors 1
Timing 24 hours
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Payment modes: E-wallet, cash
EESL
Near Woodland Showroom, Block B, Inner Circle, Connaught Place, New Delhi 110001
No. of connectors 1
Timing 24 hours
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Payment modes: E-wallet, cash
EESL
Near ICICI Bank/Metro Gate No. 7 & 8, Block A, Inner Circle, Connaught Place, New Delhi 110001
No. of connectors 1
Timing 24 hours
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Payment modes: E-wallet, cash
EESL
Near NDMC Office, Palika Kendra, New Delhi- 110001
No. of connectors 1
Timing 24 hours
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Payment modes: E-wallet, cash
East Delhi
1 charging stations
3 charging points available
EESL
F-1 to F-29F Block Near PAYTM Building, Sector 8, Noida, Uttar Pradesh 110096
No. of connectors 3
Timing 24 hours
Directions
Payment modes: E-wallet, cash
West Delhi
0 charging stations
0 charging points available
South Delhi
1 charging stations
1 charging points available
BluSmart
BSES Bhawan, Nehru Place, New Delhi 110048
No. of connectors 1
Timing 24 hours
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Payment modes: Cash/E-Wallet
Central Delhi
4 charging stations
6 charging points available
EESL
NDMC Parking, Khan Market, New Delhi, 110003
No. of connectors 2
Timing 24 hours
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Payment modes: E-wallet, cash
EESL
Palika Maternity Hospital, Block 11, Lodhi Colony, Near Khanna Market, New Delhi 110003
No. of connectors 1
Timing 24 hours
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Payment modes: E-wallet, cash
EESL
Talkatora Stadium Presidents Estate New Delhi 110004
No. of connectors 2
Timing 24 hours
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Payment modes: E-wallet, cash
EESL
Double Story Market, Maherchand Lodhi Road, New Delhi - 110003
No. of connectors 1
Timing 24 hours
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Payment modes: E-wallet, cash
South West Delhi
6 charging stations
38 charging points available
HPCL
HP Pump, ground floor, Mahipal pur-Gurgoan road NH-8, Mahipal pur, delhi 110037
No. of connectors 1
Timing 24 hours
Directions
Payment modes: E-Wallet
EESL
PSOI Club, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi 110021
No. of connectors 2
Timing 24 hours
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Payment modes: E-wallet, cash
EESL
Yashwant Place, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi- 110021
No. of connectors 1
Timing 24 hours
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Payment modes: E-wallet, cash
EESL
SDMC Parking, SDA Market, Hauz Khas, New Delhi, Delhi 110016
No. of connectors 4
Timing 24 hours
Directions
Payment modes: E-wallet, cash
Blusmart Charge
D Block,Kapas Hera Estate,,110037
No. of connectors 26
Timing 08:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Directions
Payment modes: E-wallet, cash
Blusmart Charge
Terminal 3 IGI Airport,L1 multilevel parking, IGI Airport, New Delhi,,110037
No. of connectors 4
Timing 08:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Directions
Payment modes: E-wallet, cash
Charging infrastructure

The Delhi EV Policy commits to create an enabling environment for the provision of private and public charging/swapping infrastructure through progressive incentives and policy provisions. In fact, Delhi has been on the forefront to take cognizance to work towards accelerated deployment of charging infrastructure in the city. To this end, the Delhi Government constituted a Working Group for Accelerated Roll-out of Charging Infrastructure in Delhi; which is an inter departmental, multi-agency body responsible to develop the strategy for Delhi to create a network of charging stations in the city. The Working Group has representatives from the Power Department, Transport Department, all Municipal Corporations and is chaired by the Vice-Chairperson of the Dialogue and Development Commission of Delhi.

Private charging infrastructure
Installing EV charging points at private and semi-public spaces
To address the challenge of lack of adequate charging infrastructure; Delhi plans to leverage the unique advantage of an EV which is that it can be charged when it is idle. The Delhi Government’s plan to roll-out at least 30,000 charging points across Delhi will be a game changer in the adoption of light electric vehicles (2 & 3 wheelers) and fleet vehicles.

Large scale adoption of electric 2 and 3 wheelers is critical for Delhi’s transition as the EV capital of India. With 42% of the vehicular pollution (PM 2.5) in Delhi caused by 2&3 wheelers, their adoption is also crucial for reducing vehicular pollution.

For accelerated deployment of these chargers to support the growing 2-&-3 vehicles, Delhi will leverage existing private and semi-public spaces like kirana stores, malls, theatres, hospitals, workspaces, group housing societies etc. which have parking space and high dwell time for vehicles. With the widespread availability of charging points in these spaces, Delhi will not only have the largest number of EV charging points in India but will also become among the most ‘Light EV’ charging friendly cities in the world.

Single window process for installing EV charging points from a trustworthy platform
The Delhi government has set in place a single window process for the people of Delhi to install EV charging points in their premises. This single window process is being made available both online and through a phone call. Through the DISCOMs, the Delhi Government has empaneled vendors who will provide installation of slow and moderate chargers. Under the single window, any consumer in Delhi can:

  1. View trustworthy EV chargers on an online platform,
  2. Compare the price of different chargers and order them online or through a phone call,
  3. Schedule installation at their convenience,
  4. Choose to opt for new electrical connection (including pre-paid meter) to avail reduced EV tariff or continue with existing connection,
  5. Avail subsidy for light EV chargers of up to INR 6000 and pay net of subsidy (no need to separately claim for subsidy),
  6. Pay entire cost upfront or choose a monthly subscription payment model, and
  7. Generate revenue through these charging points.

Therefore, the end-to-end process of selecting EV chargers/vendors, obtaining new electrical connection, installing charging points, and availing subsidy for chargers will be accomplished through a single unified system put in place by the Delhi government. The cost of the charger will be inclusive of cost of the EV charger (net of subsidy and inclusive of GST), charger installation cost (including cost of wiring up to 5 metres) and annual maintenance cost for 3 years. The incentives will reduce the cost of chargers by up to 70% and it will provide additional revenue generating opportunities for thousands of kirana store owners. The process will also provide an avenue to formalize informal and unsafe charging of e-rickshaws. Such a facilitative process for installing EV chargers has been developed for the first time in India and with their widespread installation, Delhi will become the best city in the world in terms of accessibility to EV charging points.

Public Charging Stations
Range Anxiety is an inherent challenge for mass EV adoption, and increasing the spread of Public Charging Stations/Battery Swapping Stations (PCS/BSF) across Delhi is the key to address this barrier. In order to address this challenge, Delhi is exploring a strategy where the installation of charging stations is led by the private sector.

In the first phase, Delhi Government will set up close to 500 PCS/BSF across 100 Locations provided by different land-owning agencies in Delhi. These 100 locations have been bucketed into several packages based on detailed site assessment and spatial analysis. The packages will be tendered out on a concessional basis.

For setting up PCS/BSF, Delhi Government will provide the following support:

  1. Land at highly concessional rates,
  2. Electrical infrastructure of up to 100kW on each site,
  3. Subsidy of INR 6000/charging point for slow chargers.

To ensure these charging/battery swapping stations are equipped to support all vehicle segments, the Delhi Government will mandate setting up a certain number of slow and moderate/fast chargers on each site respectively. The Bidding criteria will be service charge on slow and moderate/fast chargers. L1 for each package will be selected as Concessionaire. Concessionaires are free to fix service charge on other types of chargers. The Concessionaires will pay the land owning agency INR 0.70/kWh of power sold through PCS/BSF.