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The massive policy push to electric vehicles (EVs) has prompted India to gear up for large-scale adoption of EVs, with state-wise targets to electrify private as well as public vehicles. Though a report by the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) estimates the penetration of EVs in the private car segment to reach almost 10% by 2030, today it stands at a dismal 1%. 

One of the primary reasons for this is the absence of adequate charging infrastructure. For an apartment complex especially, setting up a charging point for residents that own EVs is extremely cumbersome, time-consuming, and expensive. 

Charging Stations At Residential Apartments Are Key To EV-Charged Future