On 6th June, Tata power announced their collaboration with real estate company of (KPDL) Kolte-Patil developers Ltd, they plan to structure e-charging station projects in Mumbai, Pune and Bengaluru location without difficulty of electric vehicle owners.

Tata Power mentions in his statement, green mobility adoption, the charging infrastructure and EVS plays a vital role to mitigate climate change challenges in the urban mobility space.  

These EVs, green mobility adoption and charging infrastructure play a vital role and challenge climate change in the urban mobility space. Its expertise and proven track record of Tata Power provide seamless EV charging facilities which will offer high-quality EV charging to residential customers to Kolte-Patil Developers, through easing e-mobility journey, deliver a uniform and ever-present EV charging experience.

Tata Power is leading provider for comprehensive charging solutions for their customer that includes maintaining, installing, owning and upgrading the chargers and when it is essentially required. Through this partnership, EV owners over KPDL properties will have the permission to a monitoring, charging and e-payments facilities by Tata Power’s EZ charge through the mobile app.

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Tata Power and Kolte-Patil collaborates for new infrastructure project.

Tata Power known for leading provider of EV charging solution in India, across 1500 public and semi-public EV chargers are installed and 550+ other EV chargers are installed. Tata Power has a network for private use 13000 home charges and Bus charging points 200+ installed across India.

Tata Power specific EZ charge mobile applications provide users with a locating network for EV charging stations, vehicle charging, e-payments, monitoring, pre-booking slots etc. This EV charging solution is customized form the infrastructure firmness for a growing EV ecosystem and provides customers with the access to energy-efficient choice with ease.

Tata Power is leading India’s E-mobility modification through providing e-charging stations along residential, commercial complexes and highways. Their Technical prowess for EV charging area, with the joint partnership with Kolte Patil Developers who has wide client base across key metro cities, this will unquestionably will make the way for rapid adoption of electric vehicles, Tata Power New Business Service, Mr Gurinder Singh Sandhu.

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Tata Power EZ charge advanced with mobile application to locate station of EV charging 

This EV charging has the capability to become an indispensable service for residential and commercial properties in the upcoming days. Tata power company is optimistic to meet these demands in time and align with the Government’s National Electric Mobility Mission Plan (NEMMP) of sustaining the electrification of public vehicles and private vehicles by providing the required infrastructure.

Tata Power

India’s largest integrated power company has installed managed capacity of 13,735 MW. The company generation of renewable conventional power which includes thermal energy, coal freight, transmission & distribution, logistics and trading.

They have developed the country’s Ultra Mega Power Project at Mundra (Gujarat) as based on supercritical technology. Through 4.9 GW of clean energy generation from hydro, wind, waste heat recovery accounts for around 35% of the entire portfolio.

The company has accomplished public-private partnership in generation, Powerlinks Transmission Ltd. With Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd for clearance/evacuation of power from Tala hydro plant in Bhutan to Delhi, Maithon Power Ltd with Damodar Valley Corporation for 1,050 MW Mega Power Project which is located at Jharkhand.