Hyderabad: The Telangana State Renewable Energy Development Corporation (TSREDCO) is working to make more electric vehicles available to meet the increasing demand. As part of these efforts, a mutual understanding agreement has been signed with implementation agencies for establishment of 138 electric vehicle charging stations in the State including 118 in Hyderabad, 10 each in Warangal and Karimnagar. The tenders have already been called and the State Government has allocated funds, corporation chairman Y Sathish Reddy said.
Charging stations were also being set up in public private partnerships under a revenue sharing system at the Government-owned places and public sector organisations such as HMDA, TSSPDCL, TSNPDCL, GHMC, RTC, Indian Oil Corporation Limited, Road and Transport departments. TSREDCO had taken over the areas given by Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation and Tourism department while revenue sharing agreement efforts were being made with the HMDA and the Civil Supplies Department, he said.
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