EVRE, a major electric vehicle charging infrastructure provider, has announced a partnership with MAW (Mad About Wheels) to develop charging infrastructure and enable dealerships in more than 100 locations across India, starting with more than 500 charging stations. Continue reading to learn more about EVRE electric vehicle charging stations and MAW.
The installation of charging stations will begin in March 2022, with the first 100 charging stations being installed in 30 cities. The agreement will improve charging infrastructure throughout cities, assisting in the rapid adoption of electric vehicles. With the help of EVRE, MAW will install electric vehicle charging stations at its e-commerce partners. The EVRE builds owns, and operates electric vehicle charging infrastructure.
Krishna K Jasti, co-founder and CEO of EVRE, said, “We at EVRE strive to increase the touchpoints for EVs with our EV charging infrastructure and continue to increase our footprint across the country. MAW provides us one such platform that enables us to reach out to the length of breadth of the country, touching a majority of the districts within a year.”
Omega Seiki partners Charzer to deploy 30k cargo vehicles, 20k EV charging stations in India
Charzer, a Bengaluru-based EV charging infrastructure provider, recently partnered with Omega Seiki Mobility to deploy 20,000 EV charging stations across India in the next two years. The Charzer will deploy the charging stations, and the Omega Seiki clients will operate them, according to the agreement. These charging facilities can be used on a subscription basis.
The establishment of EV charging stations will allow drivers to have additional range options, which will result in a 40-50 percent boost in income. Charzer is also collaborating with Green Drive Logistics, which runs the Omega Seiki 100 vehicles in Bengaluru, and will reportedly assist Omega Seiki in deploying 30,000 cargo vehicles across India.