Energy firms will get access to 4G services in Delhi, which will help them offer broadband service to people who lack the connectivity.
This will make it easier for people to connect to the internet when they need it.
The Prime Minister Narendra Modi had recently announced the first 4G access point in the city, which is set to be built by a private company in the coming months.
The government has set aside Rs 10 crore for the 4G connectivity.
According to the official statement issued by the ministry of power, the Government will set up 4G coverage in Delhi and across the country, with an investment of around Rs 4,000 crore.
The Minister of Power Jitendra Singh said that the 4GD coverage will cover the city and its suburbs with 3G technology.
He said the new infrastructure will make the city the best place to connect people and services.
The new facilities will help to ensure better broadband coverage and ease the transition for many people.
The telecom department will be tasked with setting up the new 4G facility.