Tata Power completes installation of 1,000 EV charging stations across India

Tata Power now has a network of over 1000 Electric Vehicle (EV) charging stations across the country. This network of 1000 public EV charging stations provides an innovative and seamless EV charging experience for Tata Power customers across offices, malls, hotels, retail outlets and public access locations, providing clean mobility and range-anxiety . In addition, there are around 10,000 domestic EV charging points, making EV charging extremely convenient for vehicle owners. The Tata Power Easy Chargers ecosystem covers the entire value chain of public chargers, captive chargers, bus/fleet chargers and home chargers.

Starting with the first charger being installed in Mumbai, Tata Power EV charging points are now present in around 180 cities and across several state and national highways under different business models and market segments. The company plans to build a base of 10,000 charging stations as well as enable entire stretches of highways across the country to be e-highways.

“We have commenced our many milestones towards enabling the EV revolution in the country through the successful deployment of over 1000 EV Charging Points in the public domain. This makes Tata Power the largest EV charging solutions provider in the country. Our innovative and collaborative approach has made a significant impact in developing this ecosystem and encouraging EV adoption in the country. We are committed to play an important role along with other stakeholders in achieving the national goal of transitioning to green mobility,” said Dr. Praveer Sinha, CEO and MD, Tata Power said.

Tata Power has tied up with Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) to roll out EV charging infrastructure and aims to expand its presence across multiple cities in India. It has partnered with Tata Motors Ltd., MG Motors India Ltd., Jaguar Land Rover, TVS and others to develop EV charging infrastructure for its customers and dealers. Partnerships with several state transport utilities facilitate e-bus charging, thereby promoting green public transport. Tata Power actively collaborates with IOCL, HPCL, IGL, MGL and several state governments to develop EV Charging Infrastructure (EVCI).

With the increase in electric vehicle adoption, the company has also expanded its footprint in the electric 3-wheeler and 2-wheeler charging market. Earlier this month, Tata Power and TVS Motor Company, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of two-wheelers and three-wheelers, partnered to drive the widespread implementation of EVCI across India and deploy solar power technologies at TVS Motor locations. signed a strategic partnership for The partnership aims to create a large dedicated electric two-wheeler charging infrastructure to accelerate electric mobility in India.

Some of the recent announcements made by the company include with HPCL for end to end EV charging stations at its retail outlets and with Lodha Group for stations in its commercial and residential projects in Mumbai.

In July 2021, Tata Power and Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited (HPCL), a Maharatna Oil and Gas Public Sector Undertaking, agreed to provide end-to-end EV charging stations at HPCL’s retail outlets (petrol pumps) in several cities and major highways. shook hands for across the country. Similarly, the company has tied up with the Lodha Group, one of the largest real estate developers, to provide end-to-end EV charging solutions across all its residential and commercial projects in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) and Pune.

Tata Power has also developed a robust software platform for the customers of EV Charging and has released a mobile-based application (Tata Power EZ Charge) to give a simple and easy charging experience to its consumers. The app helps in locating EV charging stations, charging EVs and making bill payments online, making it one of its kind.

In line with India’s Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC), Tata Power has taken forward its vision for a sustainable tomorrow with its commitment to achieve carbon neutrality before 2050. The company is increasing its efforts in this direction with a commitment to setting emission reduction targets. With Science Based Target Initiative (SBTi).