Tata Power Bolsters EV Charging Network with Over 11,000 New Home Chargers

Tata Power Bolsters EV Charging Network with Over 11,000 New Home Chargers | CIO Women Magazine

In a significant move to fortify its position in the electric vehicle (EV) charging landscape, Tata Power, a leading EV charging solutions provider in India, has reported the addition of 11,529 new EV Home Chargers during the second quarter of the fiscal year 2024. This substantial increase brings the total count of Tata Power EV Home Chargers to an impressive 62,000, marking a remarkable milestone in the company’s commitment to advancing the electric mobility revolution across India.

The surge in the number of EV Home Chargers aligns with Tata Power’s dedication to providing a seamless and user-friendly charging infrastructure for EV owners. The move is anticipated to enhance the convenience and accessibility of EV charging for the growing customer base of Tata Power EZ Charger, as highlighted in today’s press release. Virendra Goyal, Head of Business Development (EV Charging) at Tata Power, emphasized the company’s unwavering commitment to accelerating the electric mobility revolution in India.

“Surpassing the milestone of 62,000 home chargers underscores our unwavering commitment to accelerating the electric mobility revolution in India. We are resolute in delivering a seamless, accessible and user-friendly charging infrastructure to meet the charging requirements of EV owners at the convenience of their homes,” said Goyal.

Strategic Expansion of Public Charging Points

In addition to bolstering its home charging solutions, Tata Power EZ Charge has strategically positioned public EV charging points at diverse locations across the country. These locations include offices, residential welfare associations (RWAs), hotels, hospitals, car dealerships, malls, and highways, among others. This strategic approach aims to construct a reliable and expansive out-of-home charging network, ensuring that EV owners have convenient access to charging facilities wherever they go.

This initiative aligns with Tata Power’s broader vision to create an extensive charging infrastructure that caters to the diverse needs of EV users, both at home and in public spaces. The company’s commitment to enhancing the charging experience reflects its understanding that widespread charging infrastructure is crucial for encouraging the adoption of electric vehicles.

E-Bus Charging Points Deployment

Further contributing to its electric mobility ecosystem, Tata Power EZ Charge deployed 180 e-bus charging points during the September 2023 quarter. This deployment elevates the total count of e-bus charging points to 464, showcasing Tata Power’s commitment to supporting not only individual EV owners but also the electrification of public transportation.

Goyal emphasized the importance of providing comfort and convenience in charging facilities during the India EV Conclave. He highlighted that 93% of Tata owners have home charging, underscoring the significance of ensuring that people have easy access to charging infrastructure to encourage widespread EV adoption. The strategic deployment of both home and public charging solutions positions Tata Power as a key player in India’s evolving electric mobility landscape.

Also read: Seven Major Automakers Announce Their EV Charging Network Plans

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