National Highway For EV
Upcoming 550 KM eHighway in India
National Highway for Electric Vehicle by 2020 is 1st intercity e-mobility prototypical program to facilitate EODB (Ease of Doing Business) through SWC (Single Window Clearance) under the Ministry of Commerce & Industry support based on reforms of the Ministry of Power for the setup of Charging Stations on National Highways and their regional transport ecosystems on minimalistic CAPEX and self-sustainable OPEX with cordial support from the Government. Since April 2018, out of 12 National Highways marked by MoP to be converted in Electric Corridors, Advance Services for Social and Administrative Reforms are prototyping two of them under its Ease of Doing Business (EODB) Program “NHforEV2020” to enable India’s first two routes for EVs with international standard charging ecosystem namely 1) Delhi–Agra (Yamuna Expressway) and 2) Delhi – Jaipur (NH 48) in minimal record time.
The total cost of the overall project for the Upgradation Of National Highways and Expressways into 23 E- Highways nationwide will be
approximately ₹3,672 Crores
500 KM Successful Pilots
Stations and Breakdown Services on 500 Kms Jaipur – Delhi – Agra.