Anshul Gupta, Director, Okaya Power Private. believed that the firm is ecstatic to announce this game-changing partnership which will play a substantial role in fast-tracking the country’s transition towards electric
August 31, 2020. By News Bureau
Okaya Power Group has announced that it arrived into a strategic partnership with BluSmart Electric Mobility with the goal to provide electric vehicle (EV) charging stations infrastructure for their fleet operations.
Anshul Gupta, Director, Okaya Power Private. believed that the firm is ecstatic to announce this game-changing partnership which will play a substantial role in fast-tracking the country’s transition towards electric mobility.
“Our partnership with BluSmart Electric Mobility is the true testimony of our ability to deliver world-class EV charging infrastructure solutions and we are dedicated to taking this association to greater heights. This partnership definitely represents a major milestone and a strong step towards providing a pollution-free green mode of transportation with a steadfast commitment to safety, reliability, and efficiency. We are dedicated to taking this collaboration to even greater heights,” he further added.
Anmol Jaggi, Founder, BluSmart Electric Mobility said, “BluSmart Electric Mobility is one of the largest 100 percent electric fleet operators in India & providing sustainable urban mobility to customers and by now attending more than 60,000-plus customers since it launched across India and aims to target 10 million-plus in the imminent months.”
Okaya is one of the largest suppliers of EV charging stations in India and it has by now deployed more than 500 chargers across the country. Its Lithium-ion batteries and EV chargers with intelligent battery management system (BMS) have all the safety features to protect the battery and the vehicle. All these efforts of the firm are envisioned towards contributing its bit in making “AtmaNirbharBharat” mission a success.
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