Under Fame India-II, Govt has sanctioned 2636 EV charging stations in 62 cities

Department of Heavy Industry, Government of India is investing in the future. They are taking up the role of the leader that the entire auto industry expects it to be. There is a reason why we are witnessing so many launches of EV two wheelers, four wheelers and commercial vehicles. In the phase II of its FAME scheme (Faster Adoption and Manufacturing of Hybrid & Electric Vehicles in India) Government India has sanctioned 2,636 Electric Vehicles (EVs) charging stations in 62 cities across 24 States/ Union Territories.

Under Fame India-II, Govt has sanctioned 2636 EV charging stations in 62 cities 1

In Andhra Pradesh, 92 charging stationshave been sanctioned to Vijayawada, 71 charging stations to Vishakhapatnam, 68 charging stations to Tirupati and 35 charging stations to Kakinada.

In Telangana, 118 chargingStationshave been sanctioned to City of Hyderabad, 10 each charging stations to cities of Warangal and Karimnagar.

This information was given by the Minister of Heavy Industries & Public Enterprises, Prakash Javadekar, in a written reply in the Rajya Sabha today.

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