Future of Mobility! How Ather, Tata Power and other companies are enhancing EV charging infrastructure in India?
The electric vehicle manufacturers are spending tonnes of capital and energy on charging stations’ infrastructure development to promote long-range battery vehicles
The electric vehicle industry is experiencing a technological transformation phase with two significant aims: firstly by improving vehicle range and secondly, by enhancing charging infrastructure.
The EV manufacturing companies are spending tonnes of capital and energy on charging stations’ infrastructure development to promote long-range battery vehicles. By 2027, the EV charging stations business can reach an estimated $29.7 billion, at a CAGR of 39.8 per cent between 2020-2027, as per Media Mantra.
Ather: Ather is a Bengaluru-based company that developed the first smart scooter of India called Ather 450. Ather Energy serves its innovative services at public places like malls, offices, and restaurants. Ather provides 30-plus charging areas in Bengaluru and more than 10 locations in Chennai. Also, Ather is planning to expand the network to 30 cities over India.
Recently, Hero Motocorp-backed electric scooter manufacturer also announced that it will offer its proprietary charging connector to other original equipment manufacturers (OEM) to adopt for their two-wheelers.
Tata Power: There are 85-plus charging points in Tata Power, and over 40-plus in Mumbai, and nine states. Moreover, the subsidiary of Tata Sons, Tata Motors has partnered with Tata Power to set up 300-plus fast-charging stations over diverse cities across Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Pune and Hyderabad. Tata power's electric vehicle charging solutions meet diverse charging standards and specifications and may be used for various EV models and categories.
SemaConnect: SemaConnect is one of the providers of EV charging stations in North America with around 12,000 active charging stations running across the North American market. Over a decade, the company has created, developed, and manufactured Electric Vehicle charging stations in India for the export market.
The company's extensive range of AC charging solutions furnishes reliable, smart and networked charging solutions for commercial applications such as Residential Real Estate, and Commercial Offices, Retail and Fleet Applications. SemaConnect charging stations are smart in design and intuitive in user experience.
Volttic: Volttic is a Noida-based EV Charging company. The company offers mobile for electric vehicle drivers and also a dashboard for the charging station owners, integrating its cloud-based backend server. Volttic currently operates in major cities like Noida, Gurgaon, Delhi, and Bengaluru and serves organisations like McKinsey, HP, JP Morgan, and Fidelity.
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Magenta Power: Magenta Power is deeply focused on producing, dispensing, and managing clean energy. ChargeGrid is the brand name of the Mumbai-based firm. The company uncovered India's first solar-based charging station. Magenta, in EV charging, is offering the charging service in commercial spaces, residential complexes, malls, offices, and hotels. The company is covering 50-plus charging stations across 8 cities in India.
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