Tata Power installed DC Fast Charging Station for electric vehicles in Kevadia, Gujarat. The Tata Power EZ Charge of Kevadia, located near the train station, will be the main stop for electric vehicle users.
This charger is through the Tata Power EZ Charge app. It allows electric vehicle owners to search, navigate, book, charge, pay, and check the availability of nearby charging stations in real-time.
- Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the World Environment Day and Unity Statue Tourism Development and Administration (SOUADTGA), Kevadia, which Home to the world’s tallest single statue
- 500 public chargers in 102 cities in India
- check the availability of nearby charging stations in real-time
Application support for installed DC Fast Charging Station in Gujarat:
Tata Power EZ Charge (charging station) located near the train station will be the main pit stop for electric vehicle users.
The statement stated that the charging station is also supported by the award-winning EZ Charge mobile platform, which provides a user-friendly interface that allows all-electric vehicle owners to find and check the availability of nearby gas stations in real-time said Tata Power Company.
Kevadia is home to the tallest statue of unity in the world, and its goal is to become the country’s first city with electric buses, cars, and bicycles on its streets. Tata Electric said.
Distributed in more than 100 cities:
Tata Power is the only power company in India with an extensive network of more than 4,000 household chargers and more than 500 public chargers in 102 cities in India.
The company exists in all areas of the electric vehicle ecosystem, from public chargers to fixed charging stations, home charging stations, and workplace charging stations, to electric vehicle chargers with a capacity of up to 240 kWh.
According to a statement issued by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the World Environment Day and Unity Statue Tourism Development and Administration (SOUADTGA), Kevadia, which Home to the world’s tallest single statue, will become the country’s first electric car city with only electric buses, cars, and two-wheelers on the streets.
The company’s move to install charging stations will undoubtedly support this big move.
“Visitors of the Statue of Unity can now drive their electric cars without worrying about charging their cars. We are happy that the Kevadia House of the Statue of Unity is now equipped with a DC fast charger, ready for electric cars.
Tourists in cities such as Surat, Vadodara, and Ahmedabad can now travel freely in electric vehicles.
Our goal is to set up charging points for electric vehicles on major highways and similar tourist destinations.
The company exists in the entire ecosystem of electric vehicles, public charging stations, fixed charging stations, home and working charging stations.
Tata Power installed DC Fast Charging Station implements all types of chargers, including direct current 001, AC, Type2, DC fast chargers up to 50 kWh, and installed chargers up to 240 kWh for electric vehicles in more than 80 cities in India.