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Cheaper, Battery-run Rickshaws Planned For Delhi Even as the debate on battery operated e-rickshaws rages, the transport department is planning to launch battery-operated three-wheeler scooter rickshaws. Subscribe to Times Of India's Youtube channel here: http://goo.gl/WgIatu Also Subscribe to Bombay Times Youtube Channel here: http://goo.gl/AdXcgU Social Media Links: Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/TimesofIndia Times Of India's Official YouTube channel is managed by Culture Machine Media Pvt Ltd.
 

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Smart E-Rickshaws in Gurgaon in Partnership with Delhi Metro
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SmartE Launches 1000 E-Rickshaws in Gurgaon in Partnership with Delhi Metro
 

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Solar panel e rickshaw review in हिन्दी।। अब चलाये बिना पेट्रोल के वो भी पूरा दिन।
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Electric Car | इलेक्ट्रिक कार पर सोलर पैनल्स क्यों नहीं लगा देते ? REASON, ISSUES, DIFFICULTIES.
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Is Video me hum aapko batayenge ki electrical vehicles par solar panels kyo nahi lagaye ja sakte, kya karan hai? aur agar laga bhi diye gaye to kya kya pareshania aaiyengi. Ummeed hai aapko ye jaankaari pasand aaiyegi. DHANYAWAAD
 

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इसरो ने देसी तकनीकी से तैयार की सोलर वाली इलेक्ट्रिक हाईब्रिड कार
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ISRO has built a solar-powered electric hybrid car India is fast moving forward in the field of technology. As we know, Sun is the biggest source of energy. The energy released from the sun has been used in the works of generating electricity. ISRO has now built a solar hybrid car using the same solar energy
 

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दिल्ली Ncr इलेक्ट्रिक गाड़ी चार्ज करने के लिए देने होंगे 42 रूपये
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दिल्ली NCR इलेक्ट्रिक गाड़ी चार्ज करने के लिए देने होंगे 42 रूपये ब्रिटेन सरकार ने देश में इलेक्ट्रिक वाहनों के काम को रफ्तार देना शुरु कर दिया है। परिवहन मंत्री जोन हेज़ ने इस संबंध में कुछ एेलान किए हैं, जिसके तहत मोटरवे सर्विसेज और पैट्रोल पंपों को इलेक्ट्रिक वाहनों के लिए चार्जर स्थापित करने होंगे यानि कि आने वाले समय में वहां इलेक्ट्रिक वाहनों की संख्या ज्यादा होगी और पैट्रेल-डीजल की जगह चार्जिंग स्टेशन ज्यादा होंगे। इतना ही नहीं सरकार ने ऑटोमेटेड वाहनों (सॉफ्टवेयर के साथ अपने आप चलने वाले) के संबंध में भी खास प्रावधान किए हैं।अभी भारत में इलेक्ट्रिक वाहन का प्रचलन ज्यादा नहीं है। फिर भी दिल्ली में बढ़ते प्रदूषण को देखते हुए सरकार इलेक्ट्रिक वाहनों को बढ़ावा दे सकती है। इलेक्ट्रिक वाहनों पर होने वाले खर्च के बारे में पूछे जाने पर प्रबीर सिन्हा ने कहा, एक गाड़ी को चार्ज करने में 6 से 8 यूनिट लगेगा। इसके जरिये लगभग 100 किलोमीटर तक की यात्रा की जा सकती है। इस लिहाज से आपको 100 किलोमीटर चलने के लिए लगभग 42 रुपये खर्च करने होंगे।दिल्ली में 5 केंद्र- सिन्हा ने कहा, अभी राष्ट्रीय राजधानी में हमने पांच जगहों- रोहिणी, दिल्ली विश्वविद्यालय परिसर, पीतमपुरा, शालीमार बाग और मॉडल टाउन में चार्जिंग केंद्र लगाए हैं। पर अभी गाड़ियों की संख्या बहुत अधिक नहीं है. संख्या बढ़ाने पर हम चार्जिंग केंद्रों की संख्या बढ़ाएंगे। वैसे हमारी अगले 5 साल में 1,000 चार्जिंग केंद्र लगाने की योजना है।
 

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Cost per Full Charge : Rs. 200

Now this is practical cost to charge a car per day / maximum usage !
A Petrol bike is much cheaper than this for a day's use !

दिल्ली का पहला इलेक्ट्रिक कदम!।Biz Tak।Rohit Kaushik
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The Delhi Government is doing a lot of work to encourage e-vehicles. In this direction, Delhi's Energy Minister Shri Satyendra Jain inaugurated the first Smart Public Electric Vehicle Charging Station in the GRSE of South Extension Part -2 on Tuesday.
 

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Delhi power firm opens ‘first’ e-vehicle charging station. But city already has 39

The 39 smart e-vehicle charging stations were set up by Energy Efficiency Services Limited, owned by the central govt, in April-May.

ANEESHA BEDI Updated: 19 June, 2019 7:38 pm IST

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An electric vehicle charging station set up by EESL in Khan Market, Delhi | Photo: Manisha Mondal | ThePrint


New Delhi: Delhi has got its first smart public electric vehicle (EV) charging station, claimedthe national capital’s private power distribution company BSES Rajdhani Power Limited (BRPL) last week during the launch of the facility at South Extension-II.
The claim, however, turns out to be untrue as Delhi already has 39 such facilities set up by Energy Efficiency Services Limited (EESL), owned by the central government.
ThePrint has accessed the list of these 39 EV charging stations and visited some of the areas where these facilities have been set up.
When told about this, a senior BRPL official said the facility inaugurated last week was “one of the first smart public EV charging stations with app-based capabilities for consumers”.
According to the official, the BRPL has entered into partnerships with several organisations to set up over 150 smart EV charging stations — also called Blue Smart Charge — across its licensed areas.
“Of this, around 50 smart EV charging stations will be set up in FY 2019-20. Having said that, this smart charging station is offering several unique novel online features like online booking and payment options,” the official said.

‘EESL couldn’t market about EV charging stations due to polls’
Objecting to BRPL’s claim that it set up the first smart EV charging station, EESL managing director Saurabh Kumar said: “We also have several (EV charging) stations running through a mobile app.”
An EESL official said they couldn’t market their EV charging facilities because of the model code of conduct during the Lok Sabha elections.
An EESL spokesperson said EV charging stations have been set up in Khan Market, Prithviraj Market, Lodhi Colony, Chanakyapuri, Connaught Place, Janpath, Sarojini Nagar and Malcha Market, among others. These facilities were set up in April-May.
“These (EV charging stations) are set up in NDMC parking areas since that is the government land that has been allotted for the project by the Delhi government,” Jasmin Shah, vice-chairman, Dialogue and Development Commission (DDC), told ThePrint. DDC is an advisory body of Delhi’s Aam Aadmi Party government.
A senior official of the Delhi government said both EESL and BRPL are (electricity) distributors so they can’t be stopped from setting up EV charging stations.
“It is just that EESL has been authorised to use government land for NDMC parking in Delhi, while BRPL are among the private players engaging in this who get their own permissions to set up charging stations on fertile land.”


What are EV charging stations?
The BSES, in a press release issued last week, said an EV charging station is equipped with an analytic platform to help consumers get a seamless online experience. It also said through the ElectreeFi mobile app, an EV consumer can locate the nearest charging station, make advance booking of their charging time and even pay online.
Charging initiation and session authentication will be done using RFID, SMS and mobile apps, and an alert will be sent if the vehicle connector is not properly connected to the EV. The smart public chargers are of 15 kilowatt power and will fully charge a vehicle in 60-90 minutes.
The tentative cost of charging, including the cost of electricity (as per Delhi Electricity Regulatory Commission tariff) and the overheads (parking charges, recovery of equipment cost, etc.), will be between Rs 160 and Rs 200 for a full charge. This means the consumers will pay Rs 1.60 to Rs 1.80 per km.



EESL plans to set up 184 EV charging stations
While the BRPL is aiming to set up 150 EV charging stations in Delhi, the EESL is targeting to establish 184 even though the demand for these charging stations is not that high as of now.
DDC vice-chairman Shah believes the low demand is partially due to lack of awareness among EV owners. “Very few financial institutions are willing to offer loans in this regard as well,” Shah added.
The BRPL plans to set up EV charging stations in Dwarka, Saket, Vasant Vihar, Nehru Place, GK-1, GK-2, Okhla, Sarita Vihar, Jasola, Shaheen Bagh and Paschim Vihar, among others.
The EV charging station at South Extension-II market was set up by BRPL in partnership with Gensol Charge Private Limited and TechPerspect.


EV charging station at South Extension-II | Photo: Manisha Mondal | ThePrint

With many parts of Delhi recording severely poor levels of air quality, the state government had announced ‘The Draft Delhi EV Policy 2018’ to speed up the production of Battery Electric Vehicles (BEVs). The policy aims to make 25 per cent of all vehicles EVs by 2023.
The government has also been setting up infrastructure for charging electric vehicles in busy areas of Delhi where cars can be recharged for Rs 30 for a 15-minute top-up.





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Solar panel e rickshaw review in हिन्दी।। अब चलाये बिना पेट्रोल के वो भी पूरा दिन।
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This is one of those things. Merey khal say din bhar chalega. Merey khal say din bhar nahi chalega. Although these light vehicles can be removed from the roads should they fail in the middle of the road. I will never be sold on EVs. They are junk and lower standard of living. I prefer powerful vehicles with excellent acceleration and tow capacity.
 

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This is one of those things.
Merey khal say din bhar chalega. Merey khal say din bhar nahi chalega. Although these light vehicles can be removed from the roads should they fail in the middle of the road. I will never be sold on EVs. They are junk and lower standard of living. I prefer powerful vehicles with excellent acceleration and tow capacity.
Solar Panels are not that good !
These are not Technical people !
 
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