Tata Power, one of India’s largest integrated power companies, has installed 150 green energy-powered electric vehicle (EV) charging stations across residential societies, malls, commercial complexes, and petrol pumps in Mumbai, Maharashtra. These chargers are powered by renewable energy sources like wind, solar, and hydropower.
The company has also collaborated with the National Real Estate Development Council (NAREDCO), Maharashtra, to install up to 5,000 EV charging points across the state.
Tata Power has a strong network of more than 13,000 home chargers (for private use) and more than 200 electric bus charging points across India. The company is India’s largest EV charging solutions provider, with over 2,200 public EV chargers in more than 350 cities.
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