The announcement of the planned expansion in EV charging stations comes just one month after Tata Power sister company Tata Motors rolled out its first batch of EVs.
Tata Power has announced new additions to its strategic network of electric vehicle (EV) charging stations in India’s financial capital of Mumbai. The domestic integrated power company is developing two EV charging stations at the Bandra Kurla Complex (BKC) and the Western Express highway at Borivali.
EV charging stations have already been set up at the Lower Parel area’s Palladium Mall and at Kurla’s Phoenix Marketcity.
After installing Mumbai’s first EV charging station in Vikhroli, Tata Power’s latest plan is aimed at preparing the city to usher in a surge of EVs. With these installations, Tata Power continues to pursue sustainable practices using technology thereby providing customers access to energy‑efficient options with ease. As the nation moves toward clean and affordable power for all, it is their endeavor to provide customers with the best solutions for a greener tomorrow.