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New Delhi, India (Urban Transport News): The Delhi Government has floated tedner for the installation of charging infrastructure for Electric Vehicles in Delhi according the new Electric Vehicle policy. The policy was approved by the Council of Ministers vide Cabinet Decision No. 2796 on December 23, 2019 and was notified by the Government of the National Capital Territory of Delhi on August 7, 2020.
BRPL, on the behalf of GNCTD, is inviting Request for Selection (RFS) along with the information as required for the detailed evaluation from the prospective agencies/entities who can participate in this empanelment process as per the eligibility criteria and terms & conditions mentioned in this tender document for capex and subscription models. The empanelment is for a period of three years for EV chargers to be installed in private and semi-public areas across the NCT of Delhi.
The policy seeks to put in place a comprehensive set of measures for giving impetus to the adoption of Electric Vehicles (EV) in Delhi. Providing private charging facilities in semi-public sites such as commercial buildings, institutional buildings, workplaces and in private property sites such as bungalows, apartments (properties with no access to members of the public) anywhere in Delhi is a key objective of this policy. For this, GNCTD desires to implement uptake of private charging infrastructure across locations in Delhi.
Delhi Discoms namely Tata Power Delhi Distribution Limited, BSES Rajdhani Power Limited and BSES Yamuna Power Limited have agreed for empanelment of charging equipment providers or Energy operators under a common tender for the entire Delhi. BYPL, TPDDL and BRPL have agreed that nomination of Discoms shall be done rotation basis and BRPL shall conduct the first tender to invite interested parties for empanelment of vendors / charger OEM’s. BRPL is inviting bids for qualifying and short listing of eligible vendors for all the three Discoms.
The empanelment of the vendors / EVSE OEM’s shall be done by the respective Discoms after short listing of eligible vendors.
Anushka Khare is a Post Graduate in Journalism from Makhanlal Chaturvedi National University of Journalism and Communication, Bhopal (MP). She covers stories and updates from India.
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