Maharashtra’s Minister of Tourism and Environment Aditya Thackeray inaugurated the EV Charging Hub at Kohinoor Mills in Dadar, Mumbai.
The charging infrastructure has been set up by Power Bank, the EV charging solutions brand from Shuchi Anant Virya – a joint venture between corporate sustainable mobility solutions provider, Lithium Urban Technologies and Fourth Partner Energy, India’s largest solar energy company for commercial and industrial businesses.
Located at Kohinoor Square Building MCGM Parking, the EV charging hub can service both electric fleet service providers and individual EV owners. The parking space is managed by Ashutosh Enterprises.
The charging hub can accommodate six electric vehicles at a time, consisting of four fast chargers and two CCPS chargers for privately owned EVs.
With a capacity of 15 KW (DC001) each Fast Charger, the fast chargers are ideal for an electric vehicle fleet that includes models like eVeritos and eTigor and the Type 2 AC Charger is ideal for models like MG-ZS EV and eNexon (CCPS).
Apart from that there are two slow charging points designed to charge all types of e2w, e3w and e4w vehicles.
The charging hub will be maintained and operated by Shuchi Anant Virya’s brand Power Bank. They already manage 5 hubs and 10+ independent charging points in Mumbai.
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