Delta, a global leader in power and thermal management solutions, has announced it has delivered more than 6,000 electric vehicle (EV) chargers to customers in India.
The company has supplied more than 1,000 chargers under an agreement with Tata Power Company Limited. It has also installed over 60 EV chargers for several sites operated by Energy Efficiency Services Ltd (EESL) and has supplied 114 EV chargers to Bangalore Electricity Supply Company Ltd. (BESCOM).
Moreover, a single site features 11 fast chargers for one of the largest bus OEMs in India. Delta also supplied a portfolio of EV chargers to a Kerala state utility company.
The company plans to increase the localized content of its product and solution offering to 80% within a few years, said Benjamin Lin, Delta Electronics India’s President and GM. “We welcome government initiatives to develop the local manufacturing sector. In fact, Delta India’s R&D and engineering teams are working on more and more indigenous solutions, such as battery swapping systems for electric scooters as well as fast EV chargers.”
Delta offers a one-stop solution enabling EV charging infrastructure, from site survey to design the specifications, installation, and aftersales service. It is also one of the first providers of fully-integrated EV charging solutions in India with solar PV inverters, energy storage systems and energy management software to a Bangalore utility company.
In alignment with the “Make In India” initiative, Delta is enhancing its R&D and manufacturing capabilities in India. More than 50% content of its product offering in the country is now manufactured locally.
For the Indian market, Delta India currently offers a complete range of EV chargers for 4-wheeler and e-Bus applications. Its wall-mount DC Wallbox EV Charger allows fast charging while occupying a small footprint. It is ideal for commercial applications such as public parking lots, office buildings, fleets, hotels and shopping malls.
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