Panasonic became the latest company to join an expanding list of global companies looking to gain early market share in the ready-to-boom Indian electric mobility market.
The Japanese giant recently announced that it launched the EV charging stations in the Indian capital of New Delhi. The charging service, called Nymbus, includes charging stations and battery swap stations, as well as virtual systems like cloud services and analytics.
Panasonic has launched this service in partnership with two Indian companies working in the electric mobility market.
The charging stations shall cater to 150 SmartE electric three wheelers and on 25 qQuick 2 wheelers operating the Delhi region.
SmartE claims to be India’s first and the largest electric vehicle operator. The company operates 1,000 electric vehicles in Delhi and neighboring region and plans to increase that number to over 100,000 by 2023.
qQuick claims to be India’s first Integrated and Delhi’s only electric scooter service.
Reference- Clean Technica, Panasonic PR