Servotech Supplies 1400 EV Chargers in 3 Months
Servotech Power Systems Ltd, has supplied 1400 EV chargers in a span of 3 months at different locations across the county.
January 20, 2023. By News Bureau
These chargers include public sector projects, retail customers, and other strategic alliances that Servotech has taken up and entered into.
With the help of this network of public EV charging stations, clean mobility and freedom from range anxiety are made possible for electric vehicle owners and drivers in public spaces.
The growing number of charging stations will make EV charging very convenient for car owners. With cutting-edge technology and even faster charging times, the initiative intends to provide a strong roadmap for future product pipelines while also designing an organised and interconnected EV charging infrastructure in India.
Upon reaching this key landmark, Servotech Founder and Managing Director, Raman Bhatia noted, “The successful installation of these EV charging stations in public spaces is the first of many steps that will enable the EV revolution in the nation. As a result, Servotech contributes significantly to India's EV charging infrastructure. Our cohesive and research-driven strategy has had a substantial positive influence on the growth of this ecosystem and the promotion of EV adoption in the nation."
Out of these 1400, Servotech has delivered and set up 600 electric vehicle chargers at different retail locations of BPCL.
The majority of these chargers have been supplied and set up in carefully chosen locations throughout BPCL's retail fuel and gas stations in various cities around the country.
States of the likes of Uttar Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, Delhi, and Gujarat among others have been covered under what is being dubbed as the Green Corridor which will be dotted with EV charging points and capabilities.
The success of Servotech in being a chosen EV charging solution partner in the nation is directly related to its unmatched track record of integrating energy-saving solutions across India as well as the advanced capabilities and diversity of its EV charger portfolio.
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