Tata Power expands presence, installs 450 electric charging facilities on 350 local highways | Electric car news

Tata Power has announced the installation of more than 450 charging stations along more than 350 national highways, including one on the longest (NH 44) and one on the busiest (NH 19). According to Tata Power, this aligns with the company’s overall goal of installing charging stations from east to west and from north to south. According to the company, more than 450 charging stations for electric vehicles have been built on highways in 25 states and five union territories, including hotels, office buildings and auto dealers.

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The NH44 is one of the most prominent highways in India, from north to south. Meanwhile, the highway also passes through multiple states like Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and many other states. Similarly, NH 19 is one of the busiest highways and forms an east-west link while covering multiple states.

For the effective operational management of shipping points across India, Tata Power said it has also set up a Network Operations Center (NOC), which provides the backbone of robust shipping support. The company said it plans to have more than 6,500 charging points by this fiscal year.

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Currently, Tata Power has a network of more than 21,000 home chargers (for private use), more than 240 electric bus charging points, as well as more than 2,400 public and semi-public charging devices across 300 cities, towns and national highways, according to the company.

Meanwhile, Tata Motors is also expanding the electric vehicle market in India. The car manufacturer recently launched the Jet Edition for the Tata Nexon EV to entice consumers with the new Edition model. The electric SUV comes with multiple upgrades that accompany the Jet Edition.

With input from PTI