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Mumbai gets India’s first EV charging station powered by food waste

Category : National
Published on: May 13 2022 Share on facebook

  • Maharashtra Environment Minister Aaditya Thackeray inaugurated the country’s first organic waste-powered EV charging s btation at Keshavrao Khadye road near Haji Ali in Mumbai.
  • The station, a first-of-its-kind, will generate 220 units of electricity from food waste collected from its nearby areas, mostly from bulk generators like hotels and offices. 
  • Along with powering street lights, this energy plant will now charge electric vehicles too.
  • The project is a joint venture between the civic body and AeroCare Clean Energy.
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