CESL Inks Pact with IIT Bombay to Setup EV Charging Infrastructure
With an aim to explore technological advancements to strengthen the EV-enabled ecosystem, state-run EESL’s arm Convergence Energy Services Ltd (CESL) has signed a Letter of Association (LoA) with the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IITB) to implement an electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure pan India.
November 26, 2021. By Manu Tayal
In line with this, the LoA was signed between Mahua Acharya, MD and CEO of CESL, and Prof. A.M. Pradeep, Associate Dean of Research & Development, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay.
Under this association, both parties would collaborate to work on technological advancements in the EV charging domain by development of flagship products, standardization of technical specifications, solutions for meeting EV charging capabilities, and customized solutions for the Indian EV charging ecosystem.
Applauding the association Mahua Acharya, MD and CEO of CESL, said “EVs are going to pave the way towards a green and sustainable future. Developing a viable landscape with strong EV infrastructure is the key to cultivate consumer confidence in electric vehicles and CESL is proud to be progressively spearheading initiatives to promote e-mobility in India. Our partnership with IIT-B will significantly enhance the technological advancement for the EV charging infrastructure.”
Prof. Swaroop Ganguly, Department of Electrical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, said, “the partnership comes at the cusp of India’s EV revolution. We are grateful to CESL for this association which will streamline India’s efforts in switching to electric vehicles ecosystem. The partnership will foster and stimulate in line with India’s global and domestic commitments to reduce carbon emissions, particularly from the transport sector.”
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