Nupur Recyclers, India’s largest metal scrap processing and recycling solutions provider, has entered the domestic electric vehicle market. In collaboration with EVI Technologies, the company wants to install 200 charging stations as well as many battery swapping stations. The installation of these charging stations has already begun in Dwarka, in South West Delhi, and will soon spread to other parts of the Delhi-NCR region. Continue reading to learn more about the Nupur Recyclers charging stations.
The company provides battery exchange services for electric two and three-wheelers, as well as electric rickshaws, as well as charging services for electric four-wheelers. “We’re seeing a surge in consumer demand as well as strong policy backing from both the central and state governments to accelerate 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
All who use the connection standard 2000 AC/DC charging stations, such as a mix of 3-socket, 1-socket, and Type2, will be eligible for these services. The EV charging infrastructure, according to the company, is underdeveloped, and a proper ecosystem requires both equal automobiles and infrastructure.
Omega Seiki partners Charzer to deploy 30k freight vehicles, 20k EV charging stations in India
Charzer, a Bengaluru-based EV charging infrastructure startup, has partnered with Omega Seiki Mobility to deploy 20,000 EV charging stations across India over 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 implementation 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 Greendrive Logistics, which runs the Omega Seiki 100 vehicles in Bengaluru, and will reportedly assist Omega Seiki in deploying 30,000 freight vehicles across India.