India is looking to scale up its public charging infrastructure, in a bid to fast track its journey towards carbon neutrality. New paradigms are emerging, like the Electric Vehicle (EV), the Smart Grids (SG), and the Electrical Markets (EM). EVs integration on current electrical distribution network, without violating the system’s technical restrictions, requires electrical data consumption analysis and smart charging approaches, where EV batteries charging or discharging processes need to be coordinated among the several users. Electric vehicles (EV) can be charged in a variety of ways, depending on location and requirement. Accordingly, charging infrastructure for EVs is of different types and designed for different applications. Specifications and standards for EV chargers, also known as electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE), vary from one country to another, based on available EV models in the market and the characteristics of the electricity grid.