Mumbai gets India’s first EV charging station powered by food waste – Maharashtra Environment Minister Aaditya Thackeray has inaugurated India’s first organic waste-powered EV charging station at Keshavrao Khadye road near Haji Ali in Mumbai.
- The country’s first organic waste-powered EV charging station will generate 220 units of electricity from food waste collected from its nearby areas, mostly from bulk generators like hotels and offices.
Aaditya Thackeray tweeted
- “Inaugurated India’s first EV charging station powered by bio-gas at Keshavrao Khadye Marg today, which generates 220 units of energy from household waste. Along with powering street lights, this energy plant will now charge electric vehicles too.”
India’s first EV charging station
- The plant has been developed on an abandoned plot at Keshvrao Khadye road near Haji Ali circle.
- It is spread over 2,000 square feet and can generate 80 to 110 cubic metres of gas per day and 220 units of electricity per metric tonne of waste.
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