Stepping towards cleaner mobility, Convergence Vitality System Restricted (CESL) has launched its first-ever photo voltaic energy-powered electrical automobile charging station in Ladakh.
CESL has shared a tweet with a video displaying the Hyundai Kona electrical automobiles being charged on the station.
It additionally claims that this EV charging station comes as a step towards Ladakh’s pursuit to turn into a web zero area.
CESL has additionally mentioned that this is a first-of-its-kind of photo voltaic PV-based EV carport.
It comes related to a rooftop energy plant and battery power storage system.
“This #IndependenceDay, Ladakh embarks on a clear mobility journey in its pursuit to turn into a #netzero area. Our first-of-its-kind #photo voltaic PV-based #EVcarport, related with rooftop energy plant and battery #energystorage system is one step forward in bringing a sustainable change,” the tweet additional says.
CESL is a completely owned subsidiary of the EESL, which works for the enhancement of electrical automobiles and EV charging stations throughout India.