Tata and Shell India Collaborate to Expand EV Charging Infrastructure

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Tata Passenger Electric Mobility (TPEM) announced its agreement with Shell India Markets to jointly establish EV charging stations nationwide.

The collaboration aims to capitalize on Shell’s fuel station network and TPEM’s expertise garnered from over 1.4 lakh Tata electric vehicles (EVs) currently operational in India. The strategic placement of chargers at locations frequently visited by Tata EV owners is a focal point. Furthermore, the partnership intends to enhance the overall charging experience for users.

Additionally, the two entities are exploring the implementation of convenient payment systems and loyalty programs to streamline the charging process for electric vehicles.

“We aim to grow the existing charging infrastructure, which is crucial for mainstream adoption of EVs in the country, particularly as the customer base continues to expand. This strategic alliance will help in driving up the EV adoption in the country,” Balaje Rajan, Chief Strategy Officer of Tata Passenger Electric Mobility, said.

Sanjay Varkey, Director of Shell India Markets, highlighted the company’s ultra-fast and reliable chargers, ensuring a sustainable, hassle-free, and efficient charging experience for customers.

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