Charging Stations Will Be Built By Spending Rs 14 Crore

 
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Charging Stations Will Be Built By Spending Rs 14 Crore

Rewari: If you also live in Rewari district of Haryana. So today's news is for you. Let us tell you that charging stations will be built for electric buses in Rewari. Approximately Rs 13.96 crore will be spent on this. In this regard, 50 buses were allotted by the headquarters. For your information, let us tell you that the bus will be available for the convenience of the people in the month of July this year. Electric AC bus service was started by Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Sunday in two districts of the state.

Rewari district will soon get a big gift

Now in the second phase, other districts are also going to get the benefit of this facility. For your information, let us tell you that in the second phase, seven districts are going to get the benefit of electric AC buses. The name of Rewari district is also included in this list. Operation of electric AC buses will also start in Rewari district from June 30. Earlier it was only known that this year Rewari district is going to get the gift of electric buses. Now a time limit has also been set for this. A new bus stand will be built in Sector 12 of the city, preparations are being made in full swing for this.

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Charging stations will be built by spending Rs 14 crore

The tender process has started. It will cost approximately Rs 14 crore to build charging stations for electric buses. In future, the number of buses may also increase to 150. Giving information, it was told that a charging point will be built on 90 yards of land in the new bus stand complex from the roadways side. The station will be on three acres, and the capacity to install around 170 charging points will also be determined in the building to be constructed here.

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Publish Date: January 31, 2024

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