Drivers of electric vehicles may not have to worry about running out of charge on the 820-km Mumbai-Nagpur route—MSEDCL plans to set up 50 e-charging stations, one every 35 km along the route. The points—25 on each corridor—will come up in tier-II cities like Nashik, Aurangabad, Jalgaon and Amravati, and will be funded by the state and the Union ministry of heavy industries, according to MSEDCL. MSEDCL proposes to set up 500 such stations across the state by 2020. They will come up on the Mumbai-Nashik, Mumbai-Pune and Mumbai-Ratnagiri corridors. At least 12 stations are expected on the high-speed route between Mumbai and Nashik. MSRDC recently finalised seven plots along the expressway for the stations.