Roadblocks in EV Charging at Residences , Niti Aayog Assures Changes

EV ChargingWhen Roshan John, a Bengaluru-based IT engineer, brought home an electric scooter in June this year, he ran into an unforeseen problem: the residents welfare association (RWA) in his housing society would not allow installation of an EV charging point at his parking bay. John has to take his scooter a kilometre away from home to charge it.

The story is the same for electric vehicle owners across Indian cities, but help is on the way.

Many governments and leading real estate developers are taking measures to ensure at least upcoming residential complexes have adequate vehicle charging facilities as EV adoption picks up across the country.

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