Electric vehicle charging infrastructure provider EVI Technologies plans to invest around Rs 100 crore in the next one and a half years to set up 20,000 charging stations across the country, a senior company official said.
The firm, incubated at the Electropreneur Park funded by the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, has also tied up with BSES Rajdhani Power Ltd to set up around 3,000 electric vehicle (EV) charging stations in Delhi.
“We have a target to create a network of around 20,000 EV chargers in the next one and a half years. This will include home and public charging stations,” EVI Technologies Chief Executive Officer Rupesh Kumar told .
When asked about the investments for the planned stations, he said: “It will be around Rs 100 crore. We are tying up with some finance partners, Read More
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