South Asia Energy Series on Accelerating Electric Vehicle Charging in South Asia Part I

The South Asia Energy Series on Accelerating EV Charging in South Asia Part-I covered critical issues that stakeholders face when deploying charging infrastructure. The first webinar in the series prioritized learnings from USAID’s bilateral assistance program Smart Power for Advancing Reliability and Connectivity (SPARC) utilities with the Ministry of Power, Government of India to modernize distribution utilities, to help implement India’s largest EV charging pilot with EESL. Dedicated research on electric vehicle by Alliance for an Energy Efficient Economy on charging and swapping technology for two-wheeler, three-wheeler, four-wheeler and bus fleets were shared.

Through our energy series, we promote knowledge exchange and learning on clean energy development and deployment, in South Asia. It is a central platform under the Asia EDGE initiative for USAID to coordinate and communicate all activities within South Asia. The United States Energy Association (USEA) is SAREH’s implementing partner.