Recently, the company installed more than 150 charging points powered by clean energy sources in Mumbai.
Tata Power has now established more than 450 EZ EV charging points across more than 350 national highways in the country. The company’s EZ charging points can now be found on all major national highways in the country, including the NH 44 that connects Jammu and Kashmir to Tamil Nadu, the NH 19 that connects Delhi, UP, Bihar, West Bengal, and Jharkhand, and others like the NH 65, NH 48, and NH 16.
These over 450 charging points are installed in a variety of locations such as hotels, commercial complexes, and car dealerships, among others, spanning more than 25 states and five union territories to make charging easier for owners and reduce range anxiety. “We believe that India’s true EV transition will occur once we provide EV Charging solutions not only in cities and towns, but also along major highways connecting states across the country,” said Praveer Sinha, CEO & MD, Tata Power.
In Mumbai, the company recently installed more than 150 charging stations powered by clean energy sources. By fiscal year 23, the company expects to have more than 6,500 charging stations. It currently has a network of over 21,000 private home chargers and over 240 electric bus charging points. Furthermore, there are over 2,400 public and semi-public chargers spread across 300 cities, towns, and national highways.
In cities, the company is putting public/semi-public EV charging stations at key residential complexes, malls, and gas stations. According to the company, its EV charging initiatives align with the government’s National Electric Mobility Mission Plan.
EV owners can use the Tata Power EZ charge mobile app to find nearby charging stations while on the go, assisting the country’s e-mobility transition. More than a lakh people have downloaded the app.