Under this subsidy scheme “Each consumer is eligible for Rs 6000/- GNCTD (Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi) subsidy per EV charging point under the Delhi EV Policy limited to 1 EV charging point for private charging and up to 20 EV Charging point for semi-public properties e.g., Housing societies, commercial properties, government buildings and projects.” The GNCTD subsidy is available for the first 30,000 points including LEVAC and AC001 chargers.
Maxson Lewis, Founder and Managing Director, Magenta said “We support the Delhi government initiative of making Delhi the EV capital of India. The attractive purchase incentives provided by the Government will surely make the cost of owning and operating an EV affordable. Keeping with the trend for home EV charging, which generally accounts for 70-80 percent of worldwide charging demands, we are planning to cover around 5000 installations of home chargers by the end of this year under this scheme. We have successfully deployed the highest number of EV charging points under this scheme."
Safety of the user is non-negotiable at Magenta ChargeGrid and has always been the topmost priority. With recent rising cases of fire incidents due to use of unsafe domestic sockets for charging leading to the loss of life and property, it's important to use dedicated charging points with in-built protection. The LEVAC chargers are best designed for private use and the AC001 for residential purposes. The private EV charger roughly costs Rs 2,375/- after subsidy which is very budget friendly too. The low-cost AC charger also has several innovative features such as auto charging session resume in the event of power failure and is equipped with multiple protections to protect against electronics short circuit, over current, over voltage, and ground fault. These chargers are also extremely 'Easy to Install' and take up very little space as they can be placed on the wall or on a stand. These smart chargers can be operated through ChargeGrid mobile application by all EV users
Delhi's first LEV AC EV charger under the state government's plan, was successfully developed and installed by Magenta ChargeGrid at Vasant Kunj residential community which was inaugurated by honourable transport minister – Shri Kailash Gahlot. Magenta ChargeGrid is working rigorously on its vision to create a safe and smart EV charging network and plans to install more than 5000 chargers by the end of this year. Both business and residential enterprises can avail benefits from the scheme's incentive to install these EV chargers.
We know the people at Magenta well. They are working hard to develop the EV ecosystem in India. They are installing charging hubs on highways, working on the EV cargo delivery segment, developing information systems to manage EVs and more. This affordable LEV AC EV charger was developed by Magenta for the Delhi government. We look forward to use them in Delhi someday. Affordable and safe charging hardware is important for a country like India. We wish the team the best of luck with this initiative.