CESL made this information official on Wednesday from its official Twitter account. As per the post, the upcoming app will provide information related to EV charging stations, charger types and charging tariffs. It will allow users to book nearby stations and make changes related to bookings. ET’s one Report According to, it will be named Super App and it can be released in the coming 4 to 6 weeks.
In one such initiative, Niti Aayog launched the E-AMRIT mobile app. This application was created to share information related to electric mobility. The app shares with users the benefits of electric vehicles, the savings associated with it, and all the happenings in the Indian electric vehicle market and industry. It is available for Android devices on the Google Play Store.
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The shift towards EV has already started in India. The government is exploring clean mobility options through subsidies and other means. Union Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari had recently written to the Rajya Sabha that there are more than 13 lakh electric vehicles registered in India.
CESL has recently announced plans to set up 810 Electric Vehicle Charging Stations. This plan will cover 16 highways and expressways ie 10,275 km area. These include Mumbai-Pune Highway, Ahmedabad-Vadodara Highway, Delhi-Agra Yamuna Expressway, Eastern Peripheral Expressway, Hyderabad ORR Expressway and Agra-Nagpur Highway. The charging stations here are expected to come up in the next 6 to 8 months.