A short-circuit on a e-rickshaw battery is suspected to have caused a fire that left 100 vehicles burnt at an electric vehicle charging station in India on 8 June.
Investigations into the cause of the blaze at the parking area of Jamia Millia Islamia (JMI) Metro station is ongoing but is thought to have happened while an e-rickshaw was being charged.
A total of 10 cars, a motorcycle, two scooters, 30 new e-rickshaws, and 50 old e-rickshaws caught fire, according to reports.
No casualties were reported by the Delhi Fire Service.
A total of 11 fire tenders were rushed to the spot around 5am on the day.
India battery fires
In April, Indian electric scooter maker Okinawa Autotech launched a recall after concerns the lithium-ion batteries in their Praise Pro scooters had caused a fatal fire.
The recall affected around 3,215 batteries and follows a spate of electric scooters catching fire in India.
A Praise Pro caught fire while charging, resulting in the death of a man and his 13-year-old daughter in the city of Vellore on 26 March, reported by the newspaper Economic Times of India (ETI).