Tata Group will build charging stations across the country: Tata Passenger partners with Shell India for this plan, MoU signed

Tata Group will build charging stations across the country: Tata Passenger partners with Shell India for this plan, MoU signed

Tata Group is soon planning to build charging stations across the country. For this plan, Tata Group company Tata Passenger Electric Mobility Limited (TPEM) has recently signed a non-binding Memorandum of Undertaking (MoU) with Shell India Markets Private Limited (SIMPL). Both companies will leverage their strengths and resources to address challenges such as range anxiety and charging access for electric vehicles (EVs). Currently, due to range and charging problems, people are not adopting electric vehicles rapidly. Currently, an important reason for low sales of EV vehicles is the shortage of charging stations. Under this partnership, both Tata Passenger and Shell India companies will encourage people to adopt electric vehicles. Both the companies also plan to start payment systems and loyalty programs as per convenience. Where will both the companies build charging stations? Through this partnership between the two companies, Shell’s nationwide fuel station network and Tata Passenger Electric Mobility’s network of charging stations will be created using the details of Tata’s 1.4 lakh electric vehicles running on Indian roads. Tata company says that charging stations will be built wherever the owners of Tata electric vehicles visit frequently. Tata Passenger Electric Mobility has a market share of 71% in terms of electric passenger vehicles. The company has introduced its first EV-exclusive store in Gurugram. The company has also worked with several charge point operators to develop the country’s charging infrastructure. Shell India is a subsidiary of global energy giant Shell. This company has expertise in energy solutions and infra development. Shell’s EV recharge locations offer ultra-fast charging with 98%-99% charger uptime. The coming together of both the companies will support economic growth. The coming together of both Tata Group and Shell India companies will support economic growth and create employment opportunities in the EV sector. Charging infrastructure will also create employment opportunities in construction, maintenance and operations, it will also promote innovation and entrepreneurship in related industries. This partnership will promote electric vehicles. This partnership will also support the goal of promoting electric vehicles and reducing emissions from vehicles. Also read this news… Electric vehicles will be able to be charged at HP fuel stations: Deal made with Tata for EV charging station, 1.2 lakh customers will benefit. Tata Passenger Electric Mobility Limited (TPEM) has launched electric vehicles (EV) in India. ) has signed a deal with Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited (HPCL) to increase charging infrastructure. Both the companies together will build EV charging stations at more than 21000 fuel stations (petrol pumps) of HP located in major locations of the country. This will directly benefit 1.2 lakh Tata EV customers. Read the full news…

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