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EV Charging Station Companies in India

This article illuminates the pioneering EV charging station companies driving this transformation, highlighting their advancements and pivotal role in shaping India's electric mobility future.

  • 04 Dec 2023
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As the popularity of electric vehicles (EVs) surges in India, driven by increasing awareness of their environmental benefits, the demand for electric vehicle charging stations has experienced a remarkable upswing. This surge has led to the emergence of several EV charging companies in the country, each striving to provide reliable charging infrastructure. In this article, we'll introduce you to some of the leading EV charging companies in India and shed light on their role in shaping the country's EV landscape.

 

Leading EV Charging Companies

Here are some of the prominent EV charging station companies in India:

 

  • Tata Power

Tata Power is a frontrunner in the EV charging station company in India, boasting a presence in multiple cities nationwide. They offer the following charging solutions, including AC and DC charging stations with capacities ranging from 3.3 kW to 30 kW.

 

  • Charzer

A Bangalore-based startup, Charzer focuses on providing cost-effective chargers designed for easy installation at small businesses, malls, restaurants, and similar locations. Their flagship product, the Kirana charger, is a portable 3.3 kW charging solution priced competitively at Rs 15,000. By deploying Kirana chargers, businesses can attract more customers and generate additional revenue, contributing to their growth.

 

  • ChargePoint

A US-based company, ChargePoint recently entered the Indian market, offering various charging solutions, including Level 2 AC chargers and DC fast chargers, with capacities from 7.2 kW to 50 kW. ChargePoint has partnered with various organisations in India, such as Mahindra Electric and the Bangalore International Airport, to establish charging stations nationwide.

 

  • Fortum India

Fortum India, a subsidiary of the Finnish energy company Fortum Corporation, offers a variety of EV charging solutions, encompassing AC and DC charging stations with capacities from 3.7 kW to 50 kW.

 

  • Ather Energy

Ather Energy, a startup headquartered in Bangalore, manufactures electric scooters and provides EV charging solutions. They offer AC and DC charging stations ranging from 3.3 kW to 7 kW. Ather Energy has established charging stations in Bangalore and Chennai, with plans to expand to more cities shortly.

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Conclusion

EV charging companies are instrumental in addressing one of the key challenges hindering the widespread adoption of electric vehicles in India—the lack of charging infrastructure. Their efforts encourage more people to embrace EVs, promote the utilisation of renewable energy sources, and drive innovation in the EV industry. As the EV market grows in India, we can anticipate further advancements and innovations in EV charging solutions, making electric mobility more accessible and sustainable for all.

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