Delhi's Hauz Khas will have a Solar-Powered EV Carport Soon
As per the guidelines of this pilot project, Servotech will cover all phases of the upcoming carport from design to fabrication to implementation.
New Delhi: India's apex solar organisation, the National Solar Energy Federation of India (NSEFI) has finalized the location for the upcoming solar-powered EV-charging carport project in Hauz Khas, Delhi. As per the guidelines of this pilot project, Servotech will cover all phases of the upcoming carport from design to fabrication to implementation.
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This project will comprise two DC chargers with a capacity of 15 kW and 30 kW each, 12 solar panels for 540wp, a 7 kW AC charger, a 3.3 kW AC charger, and a 10 kW on-grid inverter. National Solar Energy Federation of India (NSEFI), and Servotech Power Systems Limited had signed a pact to establish a Solar-powered EV Charger-enabled carport as a pilot project.
As per this pilot project, NSEFI had given an opportunity to Servotech Power Systems Limited for demonstrating its capabilities in the solar power and EV charging domains by establishing a carport. This is an innovative project and will definitely show new doors of hope & sustainability to the people.Read Also : Mr Vikraman N takes charge as Director (HR) of BEL
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