Tata Power installs over 1000 EV charging stations across nation; provides innovative, seamless experiences
The Tata Power EZ Chargers ecosystem encompasses the whole value chain of public chargers, captive chargers, bus/fleet chargers, and home chargers.
Tata Power presently operates a nationwide network of over 1000 Electric Vehicle (EV) charging stations. This 1000 public EV charging stations network gives Tata Power customers creative and smooth EV charging experiences throughout Offices, Malls, Hotels, Retail Outlets, and public access points, providing clean mobility and relief from range anxiety. Furthermore, there are about 10,000 household EV charging outlets, making EV charging extremely easy for car owners. The Tata Power EZ Chargers ecosystem encompasses the whole value chain of public chargers, captive chargers, bus/fleet chargers, and home chargers.
Tata Power EV charging points are presently available in almost 180 cities and on many State and National roads under various business models and market niches, beginning with installing the first chargers in Mumbai. The company intends to build a network of 10,000 charging stations and convert entire roadway segments into e-highways across the country.
Tata Power has worked with Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) to provide EV charging infrastructure and plans to increase its presence in numerous Indian cities. It has collaborated with Tata Motors Limited, MG Motors India Limited, Jaguar Land Rover, TVS, and others to provide EV charging infrastructure for its consumers and dealers. Partnerships with numerous state transportation utilities make e-bus charging possible, helping the cause of green public transportation.
With the increased acceptance of electric vehicles, the company's reach has now extended into the electric 3-wheeler and 2-wheeler charging sectors. Tata Power and TVS Motor Company, one of the world's largest manufacturers of two- and three-wheelers, inked a strategic agreement earlier this month to advance the widespread deployment of EVCI across India and install solar power technology at TVS Motor facilities. The collaboration seeks to build a big specialised electric two-wheeler charging infrastructure in India to boost electric mobility.
Tata Power has also created a sophisticated software platform for EV charging clients and produced a mobile-based application (Tata Power EZCharge) to provide its customers with a quick and straightforward charging experience. The app is unique in that it assists in discovering EV charging stations, charging EVs, and making online bill payments.