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Delhi govt approves induction of 1,500 low-floor electric buses in its public transportation fleet – ETAuto

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The Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) also decided to allocate 10 sites to various agencies for setting up Electric Vehicle (EV) charging stations and battery awapping stations under Delhi EV Policy 2020, it said.
Construction work on the unit – which will have capability to build electric buses as well as other environment-friendly commercial vehicles – will commence shortly. Manvi Jain, director, PMI Group, told ET PMI Electro Mobility is targeting commissioning the facility in the next 12-18 months.
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