Tata Power signs MoU with Indian Oil to set up 500 EV charging stations – Times of India

MUMBAI: Tata Power announced that its unit Tata Power EV Charging Solutions Limited has signed a MoU with Indian Oil Corporation Limited to install more than 500 fast and ultra-fast electric vehicle (EV) charging points across India. This includes the installation of new charging points across major highways such as the Mumbai-Pune Expressway.
Besides, the EV charging points will come up in major cities including Mumbai to encourage more people to purchase vehicles running on electric.
This strategic collaboration focuses on building a reliable and expansive intercity charging network which will help alleviate range anxiety for EV owners travelling between cities, an official said
“Our partnership with IOCL is a strategic move towards establishing a robust EV charging network in the country. Leveraging IOCL’s extensive presence, Tata Power will set up fast and superfast charging points in multiple regions,” said Tata Power’s Head -Business Development-EV Charging, Virendra Goyal.
The EV users will have a dual advantage of a seamless EV charging experience through the ‘Tata Power EZ Charge’ app and ‘IndianOil e-Charge’ mobile app that can be used to locate and book the chargers at their convenience.
Sources said that Indian Oil plans to provide 10,000 charging stations in a year.
Tata Power has reached more than 420 cities, offering a comprehensive array of charging solutions, including over 62,000 home chargers, 4,900 public and semi-public charging points, and 430 bus charging stations, sources added.

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