Tata Power to set up 50 charging stations for electric vehicles with EV cab operator Prakriti E-Mobility
Tata Power, an Indian electric utility company based in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India has tied up with EV cab operator Prakriti E-Mobility, which operates electric vehicles. Tata Power will set up 50 charging stations for electric vehicles in Delhi NCR with Prakriti E-Mobility in a phased manner.
These charging stations will be set up in several stages. The company plans to launch several new electric models soon.
At the same time, an app-based electric vehicle taxi service company, Prakriti E-Mobility, said that the two companies will jointly set up five fast-charging stations and 30 slow charging stations over a period in the National Capital Region – Delhi.
Tata Motors is aiming to become the leader in India’s electric vehicle segment. Under the tie-up, Tata Power will be designing, installing, procuring, and maintain charging stations in North Delhi, Gurgaon and near Delhi Airport.
The charging station will primarily be used by e-mobility connected electric vehicles. The companies have installed the first charging station in South East Delhi. Tata Power already has a network of over 100 charging stations.
Nimish Trivedi of Prakriti E-Mobility said this partnership will boost the overall EV ecosystem and also help strengthen his company’s plan to rolling out 5,000 EV cabs. Ramesh Subramanyam of Tata Power said that the company will launch 4 new electric vehicles by the year 2024.
Last month, the company launched the Nexon EV, the cheapest car of its segment. It will have a hatchback, 2 SUVs, and a sedan. Tata Power already has 100 charging points across residential, public, captive, and corporate segments.