Upcoming 5500 KM eHighway in India

About the NHEV Pilot Project

National Highway for EV (NHEV) is a pilot program adopted by Govt of India; initially supported by Ministry of Commerce & Industry whereas Tech-Trials were non-commercially supported by DST Ministry of Science and Technology to upgrade highways into E-Highways. It conducted tech-trials on 2 pilot corridors, namely Delhi-Agra (Yamuna Expressway – 2021) and Delhi¬ – Jaipur (NH48 – 2022) out of 12 National Corridors proposed by the Ministry of Power for electrification in its Guidelines and standards dated 14.12.2018 to be converted into E-highway. NHEV is built and funded on a Hybrid PPP Model called Annuity Hybrid E-Mobility (AHEM); currently in expansion mode of 5500 km e-highways on Bharatmala & Sagarmala routes from Delhi to Kanyakumari via Mumbai and Kolkata corridors.

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Expansion Overview

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

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E-Highways

500 KM Successful Pilots

India’s first two E- Highways for Hybrid, Bio-Fuel Cell and Electric Vehicles with Charging
Stations and Breakdown Services on 500 Kms Jaipur – Delhi – Agra.

(Yamuna Exp. 225 KM )

( NH48 272 KM )

Programs & Working Group Meetings

TPS Partners

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