The company announced in its regulatory filing that it will install Tata Power EZ Charge fast chargers (DC 60kW) at HMIL’s existing 34 EV dealership locations in 29 cities, as well as supply, install and charge at-home charging for HMIL’s EV customers will put into operation.
Currently, all 34 HMIL dealership locations are equipped with 7.2kW AC chargers, and the company intends to expand fast-charging infrastructure through its pan-India dealerships, the company said.
Charging stations at HMIL dealerships will be open to all EV customers as part of the collaboration. Tata Power will also offer end-to-end home charging solutions for HMIL electric vehicle owners.
HMIL dealers will provide the space and necessary regulatory approvals, and Tata Power will invest, own and operate the charging stations, the company said.
“Our collaboration with Hyundai Motor India is in line with the Indian Government’s National Electric Mobility Mission Plan and demonstrates our commitment to leading India’s clean energy and net zero goals. Tata Power’s EV charging expertise combined with comprehensive charging solutions and nationwide ownership of Hyundai vehicles will contribute to the development of sustainable mobility infrastructure and accelerate EV adoption,” said Praveer Sinha, CEO and General Manager of Tata Power.
“Hyundai Motor India is realizing Hyundai’s global vision ‘Progress for Humanity’ and in line with our new brand direction ‘Beyond Mobility’ and is pleased to announce its partnership with Tata Power to promote and strengthen India’s resilient EV ecosystem and the overall prospects for sustainable transportation and reaffirms Hyundai’s vision to integrate social responsibility with economic prosperity and community well-being,” said Unsoo Kim, MD and CEO of Hyundai Motor India Limited.
Tata Power is India’s leading provider of EV charging solutions with over 1500 installed public and semi-public EV charging stations and over 550 charging stations in various stages of installation. The company also has a network of more than 13,000 home chargers (for private use) and more than 200 bus charging points installed across India.
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