Magenta Power to Unveil India’s First Street Lamp-Integrated EV Charger

“This new range of EV charging points is incorporated within energy-efficient street lamp columns that shall encourage EV adoption for flexible and low cost charging solutions,” the firm said in a statement.

March 17, 2020. By News Bureau

Magenta Power has announced its plans to roll-out India's first street lamp-integrated electric vehicle (EV) charger by April, 2020.

In the first stage, the EV chargers, named ChargeGrids, would be installed at Hindustan Petroleum Corporation’s retail outlets in major cities all over India.

“This new range of EV charging points is incorporated within energy-efficient street lamp columns that shall encourage EV adoption for flexible and low cost charging solutions,” the firm said in a statement.

ChargeGrid Flare has been designed in partnership with the HPCL, which also supports the start-up.

These street lamp EV chargers can be installed and located by EV users using the ChargeGrid app where the entire charging and the payment gateway is integrated.

“This product is made specifically for India with low footprint and power situations. With ChargeGrid Flare, we can build a dense and convenient EV charging infrastructure at low cost, with less clutter to the existing city landscape,” said Maxson Lewis, director, Magenta Power.

The company said this technology is expected to allow vehicle charging more quickly, with lower cost, and less street clutter than other approaches. It would also be a solution for installation into both new and existing car parking, street or corporate parking environments and at retail outlets.

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