Tata Power today announced it now has more than 1,000 electric vehicle (EV) charging stations installed across the country, achieving a major milestone in India’s journey towards green mobility.
Tata Power EZ Chargers ecosystem covers the entire value chain of public chargers, captive chargers, bus/ fleet chargers, and home chargers. Its network of 1,000 public EV charging stations spans across offices, malls, hotels, retail outlets, and places of public access, eliminating range anxiety for Tata Power customers. In addition, there are close to 10,000 home EV charging points, which make EV charging convenient for vehicle owners.
Starting with the first chargers installed in Mumbai, Tata Power EV charging points are now present in nearly 180 cities and multiple State and national highways under various business models and market segments. The company is planning to have an installed base of 10,000 charging stations as also to enable whole stretches of highways into e-highways across the length and breadth of the country.
“We have started the first of our many milestones towards enabling the EV revolution in the country through the successful deployment of over 1,000 EV charging points in the public domain. This makes Tata Power the country’s largest EV charging solutions provider. Our innovative and collaborative approach has made a significant impact in developing this ecosystem and encouraging EV adoption in the country. We remain committed to playing a key role along with other stakeholders in achieving the national goal of transition to green mobility,” said Praveer Sinha, CEO and MD, Tata Power.
Tata Power has collaborated with original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) to roll out EV charging infrastructure and aims to expand its presence further in many cities of India. It has partnered with Tata Motors Limited, MG Motors India Limited, Jaguar Land Rover, TVS, and other companies to develop EV charging infrastructure for their customers and dealers. The partnerships with multiple state transport utilities facilitate e-bus charging, furthering the cause of green public transport. Tata Power also actively collaborates with IOCL, HPCL, IGL, MGL, and multiple State Governments for developing EV Charging Infrastructure (EVCI).
With the increase in EV adoption, Tata Power has also expanded its footprint into the electric 3-wheeler and 2-wheeler charging market. Earlier this month, it signed an agreement with two-wheeler manufacturer TVS Motor Company to set up dedicated, comprehensive charging infrastructure for its electric two-wheelers. Under the MoU, the two companies will also explore opportunities to use solar energy to power select TVS Motor locations.
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