September 21, 2023

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EZ charge card launched by Tata Power for EV owners

EZ charge card launched by Tata Power for EV owners

On Tata Power EZ chargers, customers can tap EZ Charge RFID cards to initiate charging

Throughout the history of the electric vehicle industry, Tata has maintained a leading position and has proven to be a difficult competitor for other electric vehicle manufacturers. Tata Power, a provider of electric vehicle charging solutions, introduced on Monday the EZ Charge card, an advanced radio frequency identification (RFID) tag for electric vehicle owners designed specifically for charging their vehicles.

According to the company, their breakthrough innovation in the EZ Charge card has a built-in chip that allows charging sessions to be started securely and seamlessly while offering fast and efficient payment processing. EV owners can initiate the charging process by tapping the EZ Charge RFID tag on the EZ Power Tata Charger. This is based on their preset charge value. Once the vehicle is fully charged, users can confidently begin their journey. The EZ Charge card provides additional benefits by allowing users to share access without compromising sensitive application information, ensuring privacy and security. RFID tags ensure a smooth loading and checkout process, streamlining transactions, and providing an improved user experience.

Praveer Sinha, MD, and CEO of Tata Power, said: “The Tata Power EZ Charge card is an innovative frontier that integrates RFID technology into our network of charging stations to provide a charging solution. Fast, simple, and easy for electric vehicle owners. We continue to work with Tata Motors to accelerate electric vehicle adoption and facilitate sustainable mobility for all Indians. 

With Tata Power’s electric vehicle charging infrastructure spanning over 350 cities and a presence in 550 cities, the company is committed to further strengthening India’s electric vehicle ecosystem. Their existing infrastructure includes more than 40,000 home chargers, more than 4,000 public and semi-public charging stations, and 250 bus charging stations. As part of its ambitious plan, Tata Power aims to deploy 25,000 charging stations within five years. 

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