Tata Motors and HPCL to Expand EV Charging Infrastructure Across India

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Tata Motors Ltd’s electric mobility unit has joined forces with Hindustan Petroleum (HPCL) to establish EV charging stations nationwide, leveraging HPCL’s network of 21,500 fuel outlets.

The partnership will focus on deploying public charging infrastructure at key locations frequented by the growing fleet of Tata Motors electric vehicles, estimated at 1.2 lakh units currently on the road.

In addition to expanding the physical charging infrastructure, Tata Motors and HPCL are exploring innovative payment solutions to enhance the user experience. One such initiative is the development of a co-branded RFID card, aimed at streamlining the charging process for EV owners.

HPCL has set an ambitious target of installing 5,000 electric vehicle charging stations by December 2024, aligning with the government’s vision to accelerate EV adoption in the country. The oil major has already made significant strides in this direction, having installed a total of 3,050 EV charging stations, including battery swapping facilities, across various regions in India.

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