thee GO’s E-Stop is a part of the ecosystem thee GO is building ,it constructs, maintains and manages EV charging stations serving all kinds of EVs by operating 24/7 at strategic locations on highways, and on other heavily used roads across Nepal, it sells electric fuel to four-wheeled electric vehicles or EVs, the range of which span from small cars to large tourist buses, of all brands and systems.

E-stop offers a bundle of professionally curated services and amenities (i.e. restaurants, toilets, kids’ playrooms, EV-cleaning and EV-check-up services, etc.).

Second, it offers these self-selected sophisticated consumers a compelling reason to remain participants in the zero-emission economy, thereby driving up the value of environmental sustainability in short- and long-distance mobility.

E-Stop’s bundle of services (i.e. charging services, refreshments and related amenities) will be marketed and sold conveniently to EV owners, drivers and passengers, and, secondarily, to others driving on the highways, who may also want to partake of the clean and efficient services that E-Stops offer.

The goal is to have 51 E-stops each as unique on its own throughout the highways of Nepal.

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E-stop Features
  • A suite of charging kiosks that will be customized to serve a range of EVs, from family cars to large tourist buses. More specifically, the suite of charging kiosks, will have up to two chargers for now, each with a capacity of 60KW.
  • The charging kiosks will offer guns of both GB/T and CCS standards. This makes it easier for each E-Stop to service EVs of all major brands.
  • Each charging kiosk will have two guns that can serve two EVs simultaneously. This means that at a typical E-Stop, up to 6 EVs can be charged at the same time.
  • A restaurant with capacity of sitting 61-65 people at one time. A standard kitchen, serving area, lounge and a bar.
Innovative and Sustainable Features

Every e-stop would have these features based on the location

  • Solar power and energy storage system
  • On grid meter system
  • Geothermal heating and cooling
  • Biogas
  • Waste management system
  • Rain water harvest and ground recharge