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India's Tata to build 1,000 electric vehicle charging spots

New Delhi network to help jump-start India's greening process

Tata Power's Delhi unit aims to roll out 1,000 electric-vehicle charging terminals in five years. (Photo by Yuji Kuronuma)

NEW DELHI -- Tata Power looks to establish a network of 1,000 electric-vehicle charging terminals here in the Indian capital in five years, responding to the national government's plans to ban sales of gasoline- and diesel-engine vehicles by 2030.

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