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19 August 2021

International Review of Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure and its Grid Integration

Report 2

The study “Integration of Electric Vehicles charging infrastructure with distribution grid: Global review, India’s gap analyses and way forward” focuses on EV charging infrastructure, related policy and regulatory measures, grid integration of EVs, and the way forward for smooth EV adaption in the Indian EV ecosystem. A consortium led by IIT Bombay along with Florence School of Regulation (FSR), Technical University Denmark (DTU), Cardiff University and Universidad Pontificia Comillas has undertaken this study. This project has been carried out under the purview of GIZ’s Nationally Determined Contribution-Transport Initiative for Asia (NDC-TIA) project, in close collaboration and under the guidance of NITI Aayog.

This specific report is the second in the series of four reports. It documents analysis of international experience on EV charging infrastructure developments, grid integration of EVs, policy and regulatory review, various case studies, demonstrations and commercial implementation of EV charging technology and grid integration. The countries covered in depth in this report are the United Kingdom, the United States of America, Germany, The Republic of China, Norway, Denmark, The Netherlands and Sweden. This report aims to provide an overview of EV charging evolution from EV rich countries, which would help the Indian stakeholders, both Government and private, develop measures that could be implemented in India. This report would act as one of the reference documents to facilitate framing customised recommendations for  seamless adoption of EV charging infrastructure and integrating EVs with the Indian grid.


Here you can find the first report of the series: “Fundamentals of Electric Vehicle Charging Technology and its Grid Integration”, as well as the third report: “Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure and its Grid Integration in India”


328 Pages
Language: English

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