May 28, 2024

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New EV charger launch by Magenta Power ties up Hindustan Petroleum for 500 charging points

EV charger launch by Magenta Power

Magenta Power is launching a new compact EV charger to its ChargeGrid Series which doesn’t need any staff or personnel to manage it and allows online payments. Magenta ties up with the Hindustan Petroleum for setting up 500 charging points across India.EV charger launch by Magenta Power.

New EV charger launch by Magenta Power ties up Hindustan Petroleum for 500 charging points

The ChargeGrid PRO is best suitable for the community charging such as offices, malls, and residential societies.

It has some unique feature like online connecting with a Mobile App and command Centre. The Mobile App offers the charging stations locations on the map, book the charging slots, updates on charging, recommendations on time-of-day use and online payment of charges.

Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd (HPCL)

The company also announced state-owned Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd (HPCL) is a strategic investor in a bid to accelerate deployment of electric vehicle (EV) chargers across India.

500 EV charging points across India by year-end 

Magenta targets to install at least 500 EV charging points across India by the end of this year. It has partnered with various malls, institutional entities, and restaurants for the installation of the EV charging stations.

Magenta Director Maxson Lewis

The company’s Director, Maxson Lewis said that this partnership will help the Magenta Power to install EV charging facilities by working closely with the HPCL. These charging stations installation is not only on the fuel stations but also at other places.

Magenta developed 3 different types of EV chargers

The Magenta Power is looking for more funds for its expansion needs. It has developed three different types of EV chargers for home, institutional, and public charging which have been developed to suit the Indian conditions and which supports the two and three-wheelers to four-wheelers of both old and new generations of EVs.

EV charger launch by Magenta Power-ChargeGrid PRO

The ChargeGrid Pro Series has 2 variants which are suitable for multiple applications. The IEC socket is standard, the second socket could be a 16A Domestic Socket or a Type2 connector. It has also Bluetooth connectivity and can be monitored easily.

ChargeGrid PRO price 

The pricing of the ChargeGrid series starts from the range of 11,000 Rs to 50,000 Rs. To be precise the ChargeGrid LITE costs Rs. 11,799, The ChargeGrid PRO has 2 variants PRO-3P which is for 32,499 and PRO-T2 costing around Rs.39,499 & the cost of ChargeGrid ULTRA is Rs. 48,699.

Magenta Power

Magenta Power is in the business of ‘empowering clean energy solutions and ideas’ through its group companies and intermediaries.

It initiates in setting up rooftop solar power, developing technology solutions specific to India for the growing renewable energy sector or be it a series of India’s first’s in the EV space, they have been pioneering ideas and delivering on them.

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