Tata Power hits 100M green km milestone in EV charging

National, 15th April 2024: Tata Power has become an EV Charging solutions provider, powering 10 crore (100 million) green kilometers across various charger segments throughout India. This milestone emphasizes Tata Power’s significant role in promoting sustainable mobility solutions nationwide.

India’s vision for sustainable transportation aims to ensure that 30 percent of all vehicle sales in the country are electric by 2030. The government’s push for e-mobility through schemes such as FAME and the National Electric Mobility Mission contributes to this goal. Recognizing the pivotal role of robust EV charging infrastructure in this transition, Tata Power has expanded its network under the name of EZ Charge (read easy) to over 86,000 home chargers, 5,300+ public, semi-public, and fleet charging points, along with 850+ bus charging stations across 530 cities and towns. Strategically deployed chargers are accessible across highways, hotels, malls, hospitals, offices, residential complexes, ensuring widespread convenience. Furthermore, this concerted effort has been instrumental in facilitating the exponential growth of electric mobility in India.

Industry estimates project that India will achieve annual sales of 1 crore electric vehicles by 2030. Moreover, Tata Power, with its presence across the country, stands at the forefront of this transformative journey.

With a surge in demand for electric vehicles and an EV charging infrastructure, Tata Power is also ensuring tech-enabled customer-centric solutions such as the RFID card that enables EV users to tap.charge.go by making wireless payments. 

Tata Power has received the prestigious ‘Shoonya Infrastructure Champion’ accolade for our unwavering dedication to zero-emission mobility. The company recently received this recognition during the 2nd Annual Shoonya Forum in New Delhi. NITI Aayog launched the Shoonya – Zero Pollution Mobility campaign in 2021. It has fostered crucial collaborations, including with MyGov, the Government of India’s citizen engagement platform, and approximately 200 industry partners. Moreover, these partnerships span across various sectors, including e-commerce and food delivery firms, ride-hailing services, vehicle manufacturers, fleet aggregators, infrastructure providers, and financiers. They are instrumental in shaping the landscape of cleaner mobility within the electric vehicle (EV) ecosystem.

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