Gurugram: Electric vehicle charging infra provider Tata Power has collaborated with Enviro, the facility management wing of real estate developer Vatika Group, to install 59 EV charging points on its property. EV chargers will be installed at 18 locations of the Vatika Group in the city.
These chargers will be available as public and semi-public charging stations depending on the nature of the facilities.
Sandeep Pangea, Head of Electric Vehicles, Tata Power said: “Our collaboration with Vatika Group to implement electric vehicle charging stations in Gurugram is proof of our relentless support to green mobility. The Millennium City will witness the adoption of electric vehicles at a much faster pace as a result of our partnership, and will be an example for other cities to follow. In terms of EV adoption".
Tata Power is creating the infrastructure to rapidly charge electric vehicles across the country, helping India to adopt greener modes of transportation.
“The latest estimate shows the need for more than 400,000 electric vehicle charging stations in the country by 2026. We at Enviro are equally excited about this collaboration with Tata Power, as we anticipate increasing customer curiosity regarding electric vehicles actually to increase acceptance among the public,” said Ajay Kumar Singh. Enviro, President and CEO, "
Tata Power has deployed over 1,300 EV charging points for electric vehicles in different cities under the EZ Charge brand along with a digital platform to facilitate an easy and seamless customer experience.