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New EV Charging Stations will be Installed at Motorways

New EV Charging Stations will be Installed at Motorways

The Government plans 5 new EV charging stations on Pakistan highways.

At the Bhera Service Area, the government has also installed an EV charging station. In order to accelerate EV normalisation throughout Pakistan, additional fuel stations along the highway network will also install EV charging stations.

According to the details, the locations include:

  1. Rashakai Service Area (Islamabad-Peshawar Motorway, M-1)
  2. Tandliyanwala Service Area (Lahore-Islamabad Motorway, M-3)
  3. Dandewal Service Area (Pindi Bhattian-Faisalabad, Khanewal Motorway, M-4)
  4. Khanewal Service Area (Pindi Bhattian-Faisalabad, Khanewal Motorway, M-4)
  5. Hazara Service Area (Hassanabdal-Havelian Expressway E-35)

In their analysis, LUMS researchers emphasised the prospects and obstacles of EV adoption, stating:

It is important to note that Pakistan is a party to the Paris Climate Agreement and has pledged to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 20% by 2030. Despite the state’s promotion of EVs, consumers are still hesitant about them because of their high price and the scarcity of charging stations, particularly in large cities.

EVs

Electric vehicles (EVs) have a battery in place of a gasoline tank, and an electrical motor as opposed to an combustion motor that is interior. Plug-in hybrid electric cars (PHEVs) are a mixture of gasoline and electric cars, so they really have a battery, an electric motor, a gasoline tank, and an combustion engine that is internal.

 

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