Atum Charge deploys 250 solar-powered charging stations

Atum Charge has currently installed 4 KW capacity panels that can charge up to 10-12 vehicles per day. The company also plans to install an additional 6 KW capacity.

Autocar Pro News Desk By Autocar Pro News Desk calendar 05 Apr 2022 Views icon6642 Views Share - Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to LinkedIn Share to Whatsapp

Atum Charge, a solar-powered EV charging company, has set up about 250 universal EV charging stations in the past six months. The company's current focus is on the Tier 1 and Tier 2 towns and cities but plans to expand into additional cities and states.

The charging stations have been set up across Maharashtra (36), Tamil Nadu (44), Telangana (48), Andhra Pradesh (23), Karnataka (23), Uttar Pradesh (15), Haryana (14), Odisha (24) and West Bengal (23).

Vamsi Gaddam, founder of Atum Charge said,  "The steady phasing out of thermal power stations and replacing them with solar powered stations is our end goal. We aim for zero emissions, net zero facilities, a sustainable network and a greener forever."

Atum Charge has currently installed 4 KW capacity panels that can charge up to 10-12 vehicles per day. The company also plans to install an additional 6 KW capacity, allowing it to charge 25-30 vehicles per day. Atum Charge is also partnering with various other charging station owners to supply them with Atum Solar Roof thereby enabling a green power source instead of thermal power sources.

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