Arvind Kejriwal

AAP’s ‘Switch Delhi’ Focuses On Sensitizing Youth, Enters Final Week of Campaign

AAP’s ‘Switch Delhi’ – eight weeks electric vehicle (EV) campaign has entered its final week and the Delhi government is endeavouring towards sensitising youth about the perks of EVs and Delhi EV policy in the final week of the campaign. Transport minister Kailash Gahlot termed Delhi’s EV policy as the “most progressive policy around the […]

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Delhi Govt Issues Tender For 500 EV Charging Points at 100 Locations

After Delhi Chief Minister launched the ‘Switch Delhi’ campaign, Delhi power minister Sateynder Jain released a tender to set up 500 electric vehicles (EV) charging points at 100 different locations, on Friday.  In a press conference, minister Jain said, “Delhi government has floated nation’s biggest tender for EV (electric vehicle) charging today, with provision for […]

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AAP Launches ‘Switch Delhi’ Campaign, Promoting EV Adoption to Curb Pollution

Delhi government, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has launched the ‘Switch Delhi’ campaign today, as an awareness program to promote public to adopt electric vehicles (EVs) in the state. Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal appealed to people to buy such vehicles to combat pollution in the city and said, his government will hire only electric vehicles for […]

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Time To Consider An EV In Delhi. 2020 Policy Announced by CM Kejriwal

The Delhi government launched its new electric vehicle policy on Friday aimed at curbing pollution in the national capital, amongst the world’s most polluted cities, and also to create jobs and boost the local economy. For the past few years, Delhi has been facing a recurring problem with air pollution during winter with thick smog […]

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Covid Side Effects- Diesel in Delhi Pricier Than Mumbai For First Time Ever

The Coronavirus has achieved something almost nothing could in the past few decades. Brought the price of diesel in Delhi above the ruling price in Mumbai. After a steep increase in VAT 9 (Value Added Tax) by the state government in Delhi today, both petrol and diesel prices in the city state are up by […]

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Solar Power and Agriculture: Can There Be a Happy Coexistence?

News yesterday that cranberry farmers in Massachusetts, US, are trying out solar installations on their farms to get some extra income has put the focus back on one of the biggest critiques of solar power. That there simply isn’t enough land that meets the requirements of sunlight, proximity to the transmission grid, and a ready […]

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Dwarka Gets Delhi’s Largest Residential Rooftop Solar Plant

The four societies which together house around 2000 residents and has 450 flats in Dwarka, will be the first ever project in on a large scale after IP Extension’s Milan Colony to have its own solar power plant. Delhi’s first large scale residential rooftop solar power plant has been sanctioned for four societies in Dwarka sub city. […]

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Delhi Govt to Run 1,000 Electric Buses to Curb Air Pollution

Further, the move is in-line with the Delhi government’s 2018-19 Green Budget aimed at fighting against air pollution, as it had planned to reduce 20.9 lakh metric tonne CO2 and PM 2.5 by 503 MT. Cabinet approves hiring of consultant to run 1000 electric buses in Delhi. A big step in modernizing Delhi’s transport sector […]

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