Magenta ChargeGrid, has successfully installed around 116 EV chargers under the Delhi government Single window scheme. The company has a plan to install 5000 home chargers this year in collaboration with the Delhi government and BSES.
Magenta has been empanelled by three DISCOMs of Delhi including BRPL, BYPL and TPDDL for a period of three year to set up an EV charging station network across the capital. Around 100 EV chargers are also installed in different DISCOM offices.
The chargers have been installed in several locations of Delhi such as Munirka, Chattarpur, Jamia Nagar, Vasant Kunj, Dwarka, Rohini and more.
Under this subsidy scheme “Each consumer is eligible for Rs 6000 GNCTD (Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi) subsidy per EV charging point under the Delhi EV Policy limited to 1 EV charging point for private charging and up to 20 EV Charging point for semi-public properties like housing societies, commercial properties, government buildings and projects.” The GNCTD subsidy is available for the first 30,000 points including LEVAC and AC001 chargers.
Maxson Lewis, Founder and Managing Director, Magenta said “Keeping with the trend for home EV charging, which generally accounts for 70-80 percent of worldwide charging demands, we are planning to cover around 5000 installations of home chargers by the end of this year under this scheme. We have successfully deployed the highest number of EV charging points under this scheme.
Delhi's first LEV AC EV charger under the state government's plan, was successfully developed and installed by Magenta ChargeGrid at Vasant Kunj residential community. Both business and residential enterprises can avail benefits from the scheme's incentive to install these EV chargers.