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Tata Power collaborates with Enviro to deploy EV charging points in Gurugram

By Ruchi Upadhyay 
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New Delhi: India’s leading electric-vehicle charging infrastructure provider Tata Power announced on Thursday that it has collaborated with Enviro, the facility management wing of the NCR-based real estate developer Vatika Group, to install 59 EV charging points at its properties across Gurugram, Haryana.

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These chargers will be made available as public charging stations and semi-public based on the nature of the premises. As a result, commuters can have easy access to the chargers, thus encouraging them to use battery powered vehicles.

The EV chargers will be installed at 18 locations across the properties of Vatika Group in Gurugram. These chargers will be made available as Public Charging Stations and Semi-Public based on the nature of the premises.

Tata Power explained that as a result of this, commuters will have easy access to the chargers, thus encouraging them to use battery-powered vehicles. This collaboration will be vital in accelerating e-mobility adoption across EV users in NC National Capital Region (NCR), noted the firm in an official statement.

Sandeep Bangia, Head- EV – Tata Power said, ” Our collaboration with the Vatika Group to deploy electric vehicle charging stations in Gurugram is proof of our relentless support to green mobility. The millennial city will see EV adoption at a far faster rate as a result of our partnership and will set an example for other cities in terms of EV adoption.”

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Ajay Kumar Singh, President and CEO, Enviro, noted, “Latest estimate shows a need of more than 400000 EV charging stations in the country, by 2026. We at Enviro are equally excited about this collaboration with Tata Power, as this preempts the customer’s ever-growing curiosity regarding the EV. This would indeed increase the acceptability among the masses and push the use case for EV as the new choice.”

Tata Power stated that it has been rapidly setting up EV charging infrastructure across the country, to help India adopt environment-friendly mobility.

The company already has a partnership with Apollo Tyres, HPCL, TVS Motors, amã Stays & Trails, Lodha Group, and others to set up and enhance the EV charging infrastructure.

Tata Power has deployed over 1300 EV charging points across different cities under the EZ Charge brand along with a digital platform to facilitate an easy and smooth customer experience.

“This network of public EV charging stations provides innovative and seamless EV charging experiences for EV customers across Offices, Malls, Hotels, Retail Outlets, and places of public access, enabling clean mobility and freedom from range anxiety,” it added in its statement.

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