Swiss power major ABB has said it is looking at bringing to India its flash charging product which can top up electric bus battery in 17 seconds at stops while on the go.
Although it did not provide any timeline for launching the product, the company said it is keen to do so in line with India’s push for electric mobility.
ABB Group CEO and President Ulrich Spiesshofer said at a recent interactive event that the company is bringing its wide range of e-mobility charging solutions, including flash chargers for buses as also the world’s leading fast chargers for cars which can charge electric automobiles for 200 km in 8 minutes.
He told that the ABB will look at bringing the technology to India and localise it, like in other markets, to make it cost effective. Read More
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