Mumbai-based electric vehicle (EV) charging company Magenta Power has installed street lamp integrated chargers at Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited (HPCL) fuel stations in Delhi and Mumbai.
The ChargeGrid Flare chargers—installed at HPCL’s Bandra Kurla Complex outlet in Mumbai and Nitimarg outlet in Delhi—provide a low-cost charging solution that causes less street clutter than other approaches.
The ChargeGrid Flare—inclusive of power-saving efficient LED lamp, robust street light pole and electric vehicle supply equipment—can be remotely monitored through online mode. It has an automated payment gateway through the ChargeGrid App, which eliminates the need for a station marshal to monitor, maintain and operate the chargers at the location.
The EV charger is an ideal solution for installation into car parking lots and at retail outlets.
Maxson Lewis, managing director of Magenta, said their company aims to deploy 1000 ChargeGrid Flare across India this year and is in touch with original equipment manufacturers and fuel station owners.
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