Tata Power to Establish Network for EV Charging in Guwahati

In Guwahati, the company plans to install ten state-of-the-art EV chargers.

To improve the ecosystem for electric vehicles in the area, the Assam government has partnered with Tata Power EV Charging Solutions (TPEVCSL), a Tata Power Group company and provider of EV charging solutions.

As part of this initiative, Tata Power is preparing to roll out a network of ten advanced EV chargers in 10 strategic locations as a pilot project in Guwahati. Major installations are scheduled for high-traffic areas like Dispur.

With a market share of approximately 60%, Tata Power has cemented its leadership in the electric vehicle charging industry. Including over 59,000 home chargers, 4,800 public and semi-public charging points, and 430 bus charging stations, their vast nationwide network, which spans more than 420 cities, provides a diverse range of charging options.

The Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed by Virendra Goyal, Head of Business Development (EV Charging), Tata Power, Dr. Rabin Kumar (IPS), Superintendent of Transport for the State of Assam, Secretary of Transportation Adil Khan (IAS), and Assam’s Transport Minister, Parimal Suklabaidya.

“We are meticulously exploring distinctive locations for charger deployment,” Goyal said, articulating the company’s strategic approach to its expansion and charger deployment in Assamese niche areas. With the help of its wide network, Tata Power is encouraging the adoption of EVs in Assam and reducing range anxiety.”

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