Servotech Power Systems has signed an agreement with the National Solar Energy Federation of India (NSEFI), to implement a solar-powered EV charger-enabled carport as part of a pilot demonstration.
As part of the project, NSEFI has afforded Servotech a whitespace to showcase its solar and EV charging capabilities blended together in one innovation. The carport will be installed at the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy’s (MNRE) premises in Delhi, further helping to replicate the setup at other strategic locations.
The project will involve Servotech carrying out the design, fabrication, and installation of PV plus storage carports with EV charging capabilities, adding a 5kW solar system, equipped with two DC fast EV chargers of 11kW each. Designed to cover a range of automobile parking places, solar carports can also be personalised, from rainwater collection to business branding. Further, the solar carports appreciate the property value, offering the site owners to earn secondary revenue.
Delhi has already rolled out electric buses aiming to limit the pollution problem. This project will encourage green mobility alternatives in the state and develop a climate-resilient, carbon-neutral transportation ecosystem, driving travellers towards the adoption of electric vehicles.
Appreciating the opportunity by the NSEFI, Sarika Bhatia, Whole-Time Director, Servotech Power Systems, commented, “Delhi has long been known for its highly adaptive, embracing ecosystem, and the carport, installed right in the MNRE complex can serve as a lighthouse example, making a real statement on sustainability. With coordinated efforts from all stakeholders, we intend to implement renewable, energy efficiency, and electric mobility projects that will go a long way in unlocking the best that clean power generation has to offer.”