Servotech Power Systems Limited has signed an agreement with I National Solar Energy Federation of India (NSEFI), to undertake the complete implementation of Solar-powered EV Charger-enabled carport as part of a pilot demonstration.
The carport is proposed to be installed at the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy’s (MNRE) premises in Delhi, which, in effect, will help gauge to replicate the setup at other strategic locations.
The project’s scope of work will involve carrying out the design, fabrication, and installation of PV-plus storage carports with EV charging capabilities.
This structure will be put together with a 5kW solar system, equipped with two DC fast EV chargers of 11kW each. The company in a statement said, solar carports can be engineered to easily blend in with the surroundings and are designed to cover a range of automobile parking places. They can be personalized, enabling anything from rainwater collection to business branding. Further, solar carports can appreciate the value of the property and offer site owners secondary revenue opportunities.
This project will accelerate green mobility alternatives in the state and develop a climate-resilient, carbon-neutral transportation ecosystem to support the adoption of electric vehicles.
However, the company did not reveal how much time it will take to complete the project, the cost of the project, area to be covered, and how many cars can be charged at a time.