Ather Energy today announced the debut of Ather Grid 2.0, the next generation of public fast-charging infrastructure. According to the business, installation of this charging network has started in Bangalore and Chennai and will soon be accessible across India.
According to the business, the new Ather Grid 2.0 will allow future fast-charging capabilities, as well as increased security and quicker bug response. Grid 2.0 will provide Over-the-Air upgrades, which will enable the distribution of new features and problem fixes to all field systems in real time.
Additionally, the improvement will increase durability when exposed to harsh weather conditions. The grid is modular in design, allowing for field serviceability of components through remote diagnostics. Ather Grid, the business stated, would be linked at all times to ensure real-time availability of all charging points in any city. With this launch, the firm will be able to accelerate its goal of establishing 500 fast-charging infrastructure by the end of the year.
The charging infrastructure will be accessible to all participants that embrace the connection standard, and the business is in early discussions with a number of potential partners. This is the start of the network’s growth, and it is vital to make charging infrastructure easy and widely available to customers in order to increase electric car adoption.
The Ather Grid Network spans over twenty-one cities and two hundred and fifteen sites. By the end of FY22, Ather Energy intends to add 500 Ather Grid sites, with all new installations being Ather Grid 2.0.
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