NHEV is an E-highway pilot project based on the Public-Private Partnership (PPP) from the Ease of Doing Business. This 1st phase of the pilot is being implemented on the Jaipur-Delhi-Agra highway covering 500km. Going forward the pilot is to be scaled up to 5000 km across India. The pilot includes setting up charging infra, car-bus fleet, roadside assistance for EVs along with theft-proof geofenced highways. The first two prototype stations of NHEV are commissioned in Gurugram with 100 EV chargers as India's Largest Charging station with 74 AC and 24 DC Chargers. These EV charging stations have 100 + 121 chargers with a capacity to charge 1500 cars in 24 hours and a recorded maximum of 72% utilisation with a minimum breakeven tenure of just 36 months.

On 27th September 2022, the miniature concept model for the 3rd generation of EV charging stations with provision for Hydrogen was revealed by Shri Nitin Gadkari, the honourable minister of road transport and highways. NHEV has successfully held Tech-Trial II from Delhi-Jaipur and the first part of the final report was released in March 2023.



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