Exicom of India has made the winning bid for setting up electric vehicle charging stations in Madhya Pradesh, India. The offer for the NTPC Tender includes 120kW and 50kW charging stations and DC chargers of CCS standard for electric buses.
Exicom has not disclosed how many charging stations they are to set up across Jabalpur in Madhya Pradesh. Yet the company claims it had installed both AC and DC fast chargers with Bharat specifications to charge the Tata Tigor and Mahindra e-Verito cars procured by EESL earlier.
They have now further expanded the offering by introducing high voltage GB/T, CHAdeMO and CCS compatible ‘Harmony’ EV chargers.
In another region, the Mumbai area to be precise, charging infrastructure will also advance. The State government has awarded the contract to set up 50 charging stations to M/s K. Solar Group. Within three months the joint venture company is to install 10 stations each in Thane, Panvel and Pune, and along the Mumbai-Pune and the Mumbai-Nagpur expressways. The group will also build the so-called ‘Prosperity Corridor’ between Mumbai and Nagpur.
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