Nupur Recyclers to set up 200 EV charging stations & battery swapping stations
Nupur Recyclers a leading metal scrap processing and recycling company in India has forayed into the domestic electric vehicle space. The company plans to set up 200 charging points and several batteries swapping stations in association with EVI Technologies. The installation of these charging stations has already started from Dwarka in South West Delhi and very soon it will start expanding to the other areas in Delhi-NCR. Read further to know more about Nupur Recyclers charging stations.
The company is offering a battery exchange facility for electric two-wheelers and three-wheelers and for electric rickshaws and charging facilities for electric four-wheelers. “We see heightened interest from consumers as well as strong policy support from both central and state governments to push the adoption of electric vehicles across the country. With these two initiatives, we aim to fast-track this transition and enable the entire ecosystem with reliable and trusted charging infrastructure,” said Rajesh Gupta, Founder, Nupur Recyclers
These services will be for all who adopt the connector standard 2000 AC/DC charging stations such as a mix of 3-socket, 1-socket and Type2. According to the company release, the EV charging infrastructure is lacking and for a proper ecosystem, it needs both equal vehicles and infrastructure.
Omega Seiki partners Charzer to deploy 30k cargo vehicles, 20k EV charging stations in India
An EV charging infrastructure startup Charzer based out of Bengaluru has joined hands with Omega Seiki Mobility to install 20,000 EV charging stations all over India in the next 2 years. As per the partnership, the Charzer will deploy the charging stations and the Omega Seiki clients will operate them. They can use these charging facilities in a subscription-based model.
The installation of the EV charging stations will help the drivers to get more range options resulting in a 40-50% of increase in income. Charzer is also working with Greendrive logistics that operates the Omega Seiki 100 vehicles in Bengaluru and will also help Omega Seiki to deploy 30,000 cargo vehicles across India, it claims.
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