EVRE Partners with MAW to add 500 EV Charging Stations Across 100+ Cities in India
EVRE, India leading EV charging infrastructure player, announced its association with Mad About Wheels (MAW), India’s first brand agnostic electric mobility & automotive solutions and retail services provider through its phygital platform, to enable EV dealerships across 100+ cities with over 500 EV Chargers to begin.
December 03, 2021. By News Bureau
EVRE in association with MAW will set-up public EV charging infrastructure at these 100+ locations, benefiting the respective dealer network operators and EV owners with easy access to quality EV chargers, majorly in tier-II & III cities.
MAW shall enable all deployment at its e-retail partners, in association with EVRE, offering them value-added services with no cost of asset ownership to them.
EVRE will manufacture, establish, own and operate this EV charging infrastructure. The tariffs for charging EVs will be in accordance with the electricity tariff in respective locations, and enabled through the EVRE App available on all app stores.
This added infrastructure to their existing set-up will help the dealers with incremental revenue for utilising the chargers as public infrastructure for walk-ins by EV customers and well as EV fleet owners.
Announcing this partnership, Amresh Khar, Co-Founder of Mad About Wheels said, “At Mad About Wheels, our focus is to provide consumer-centric infrastructure to enable our dealer-partners by providing enhanced experience for our existing and potential EV-customers, brands in association, new partnership in discussion. Dealers get the Charging point exclusive and free of investment in these assets. Partnership with EVRE helps us in completing the loop of providing 360o services, and to our customers by providing charging touch-points at convenient last-mile locations as well as drive profitability for our dealer-partners at the same time. All these quality chargers are 2W & 3W smart-enabled”.
Commenting on this unique partnership, Krishna K Jasti, CEO & Co-Founder of EVRE said, “We at EVRE strive to increase the touchpoints for EVs with our best-in-class EV Charging infrastructure and continue to increase our footprint across the nation. MAW provides us one such platform that enables us to reach out to the length of breadth of the country, touching a majority of the districts in our country within a year. This added infrastructure to their existing set-up will help the dealers with incremental revenue for utilising the chargers as public infrastructure, as well as utilising the parking spaces for charging hubs. We are a firm believer that tier-II & III cities in India will play an important role in pushing the clean mobility drive and we are fully geared-up to satiate that demand across the country with our hub model”.
2W and 3W EV is a rural phenomenon, where public charging infrastructure will play a decisive role in the efficient take-off of the EV revolution in the country. With the first EV-ready 100+ strong dealer-network, MAW and EVRE aim to start building the EV ecosystem across the nation.
The implementation will include setting-up 100 charging stations in first 30 cities by March 2022. EVRE and MAW will work together to strengthen charging infrastructure across the rest of the cities support the fast-growing EV adoption across these sub-urban communities.
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