EMobility+ is all set with its 2nd Physical EV Industry Meet, The 'EV STATE SUMMIT KARNATAKA 2022' in Bengaluru. The event is planned to explore the developments in the electric mobility sector within the state and will be driven by regional policies with an aim to support the uptake in the state. This will also cover the latest technology developments in electric vehicles, charging needs, and cutting-edge innovations in the EV battery & its management.
Representatives from BESCOM and the Department of Industries and Commerce have showed support for the installation of electric vehicle charging stations at apartment complexes in Bengaluru.
The Bangalore Electricity Supply Company Limited (BESCOM) will set up 300 electric vehicle (EV) charging stations across the city in the next few months. This will be in addition to the 136 charging stations already installed by the power distributor at 74 locations across the city.
On December 2nd, observed as National Pollution Control Day, the Bangalore Apartments’ Federation (BAF) is launching an E-Vaahana campaign to facilitate the adoption of community Electric Vehicle (EV) charging stations. BAF plans to reach out to over a million apartment residents who could benefit from one-stop access to the knowledge and rules on implementation/technology/choice of vendors for EV charging installation.
Petrol and diesel prices in Bengaluru stand at Rs 105 and Rs 95 respectively. The increasing prices have hit the transport expenses of lower and middle-income Bengalureans. Looking for lower operating costs, they are increasingly choosing electric vehicles (EV). As the adoption of e-vehicles increases, so does the need for infrastructure to support it.