EVRE, an EV
charging infrastructure company, announced its partnership with MoEVing, a
tech-enabled electric fleet start-up for urban mobility.
EVRE will set up
1,000 EV charging stations across India within the next six months, which will
be utilised by MoEVing and other EV fleet owners. The long-term partnership
will see an innovative business model which will enable cross-utilisation of
the charging stations. In Bengaluru, MoEVing and EVRE are parallelly using each
other’s charging stations.
conceptualise the design, manufacture, establish, operate and maintain the EV
charging infrastructure. It will also own and operate the technology for all
the existing and upcoming chargers. MoEVing will help EVRE in the demand
assessment and set up charging stations for higher utilisation.
There will be a
phase-wise implementation where EVRE will set up 200 charging stations each in Bengaluru and
Hyderabad. The remaining 600 stations will come up in Kolkata, Chennai, Delhi
NCR, Chandigarh, Pune and Mumbai. The infrastructure will support MoEVing’s
expanding commercial EV fleet across urban communities.
Founder and CEO, MoEVing, and Krishna K Jasti, Co-Founder and CEO, EVRE,
expressed that the one-of-its-kind partnership will establish an ideal EV
charging ecosystem that will help bring down the CO2 emissions by 5.4 tonnes
and save 2.4 million litres of fossil fuel annually.
Source – ET Auto
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