USAID Urja Nepal Programs installs State-of-the-Art EV Charging Stations at thee GO e-stop in Kurintar


thee GO e-stop, a pioneer in sustainable travel infrastructure, is proud to announce the installation of six cutting-edge 60KW DC fast chargers at its facility in Kurintar. This initiative funded by USAID Urja Nepal Program, represents a significant leap forward in Nepal’s efforts to promote electric vehicle (EV) adoption and reduce carbon emissions.

Among the six fast chargers installed, three are equipped with GB/T protocol, catering specifically to commercial vehicles, while the remaining three feature CCS 2.0 protocol, designed for private vehicle charging. This strategic deployment ensures that thee GO e-stop can accommodate the diverse needs of both commercial and private EV owners, further solidifying its position as a leader in sustainable transportation solutions.

The implementation of these advanced EV charging stations marks a significant milestone in Nepal’s transition towards a cleaner, greener future. By leveraging the expertise and support of USAID Urja Nepal Programs, thee GO e-stop is spearheading efforts to expand the country’s EV charging infrastructure and accelerate the adoption of electric vehicles.

Located strategically in Kurintar, thee GO e-stop serves as a vital hub for travelers, offering a range of amenities and services aimed at enhancing the travel experience. With the addition of these state-of-the-art EV charging stations, thee GO e-stop is poised to play a pivotal role in facilitating long-distance travel for electric vehicle owners across Nepal. As the country embraces the benefits of electric mobility, thee GO e-stop remains committed to driving positive change and fostering a sustainable future for all.