Tata Power’s Virendra Goyal, head of business development for EV charging, stated: “In India, demand for electric vehicles is constantly rising. Having a strong charging network across India is crucial.”
Tata Power, a leading provider of EV charging solutions, announced today that it has begun a national initiative to install 25,000 EV charging stations across the nation in order to enable a quicker uptake of e-mobility over the next five years.
The business is displaying a selection of cutting-edge electric vehicle charging options at the currently taking place Auto Expo 2023 in Greater Noida.
According to a statement from the firm, guests had a first-hand look at the technology that powers Tata Power’s extensive EV charging network, EZ Charge, including one of the most popular smartphone apps for EV charging, Tata Power EZ Charge.
According to Tata Power, the app assists commuters with a variety of tasks including locating the closest charging station, knowing the condition of charging stations in real-time, and receiving information on charging.
Additionally, the business claimed that information on its Network Operations Center (NOC) was visible. In India, the NOC aids in the efficient operational management of charging stations.
The company said it offers over 3,600 public or semi-public chargers and more than 23,500 domestic chargers thanks to its extensive presence in the EV charging industry. Many of these charging stations, according to Tata Motors, are also equipped with fast-charging technology and are placed in a variety of key places, including shopping centres, hotels, airports, and office buildings.
With real-time contact with all on-board chargers and integration with the web platform that underpins Tata Power’s EZ Charge services, NOC assists in the early discovery of technological problems. Along with speedy problem-solving, preemptive planning for chargeable infrastructure maintenance, and back-end system support, the NOC also provides these services.