Tata Motors ties up with Tata Power for EV infrastructure

This article was published on : August 12, 2019

Tata Motors has announced partnership with another group company Tata Power to set up public charging stations at key locations in five cities. The companies plan to set up 300 charging stations across Mumbai, Delhi, Pune, Bengaluru, and Hyderabad by the end of the fiscal year 2019-20. The stations will be commercially available to the users of electric vehicles of all makes but Tata Motors EV users will attract lower tariff.

While the first 50 stations will adhere to Bharat Standard, which supports slow charging up to 15kW capacity, the remaining chargers will adhere to the European CCS2 (Combined Charging System 2) standard which supports direct current fast charging of up to 50kW.

Tata Power’s current EV infrastructure presence in Mumbai is 42 charging points and its mobility infrastructure footprint is in multiple cities including Hyderabad, Bangalore, and Delhi with a total of 85 charging points set up across various usage scenarios.

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