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charging station In Pune (PMPML) Government are going to set up electric charging station depot, as it is very less for 96 buses.

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charging station In Pune – The Pune Mahanagar Parivahan Mahamandal Limited (PMPML) had 70 electric buses and had recently added 26 more electric buses to its fleet to promote EVs, in total it had 96 buses on the road. According to the sources, a source there is an immediate need to arrange charging points at more depots to correspond with the increase in e-buses.

At the moment, the e-buses are operational on 19 routes. He also said that there is an urgent need to arrange charging points at more depots considering that the fleet of e-buses had increasing charging station In Pune

 “These buses will run at 10- and 15-minute intervals on the 19 routes. There is no change in the fare structure.

For example, the routes between Nigdi-Katraj, Hadapsar-Wagholi and Hadapsar-Katraj will have buses plying every 10-minutes. Similarly, routes like Nigdi-Shewalwadi, Dange Chowk-Hinjewadi, PMC-Akurdi railway station, Nigdi-Bhosari, PMC-Bhekrainagar, Bhekrainagar-Pimple Gurav, Bhekrainagar-Pune station, Bhekerainagar-NaTaWadi and Bhekrainagar-Chinchwad Gaon will have buses at 15-minute intervals,” said , public relations officer, PMPML.  

“Depots at Baner and Balewadi are expected to get charging points soon. It is the Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company Limited (MSEDCL) which has to put up more electricity points at the depots so that the buses can be charged. If more charging points are not provided soon, the PMPML might have a problem in future,” said another PMPML official. The number of e-buses is expected to increase to 150 in the near future.

The government had guaranteed that they will develop electric charging station in every area very soon.

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