Gurgaon-based power and energy company Exicom has won the bid for setting up electric vehicle charging infrastructure in Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh. The bids were invited by India’s largest public sector energy conglomerate, NTPC Tender for development of the charging infrastructure.
According to the tender, Exicom will setup the charging infrastructure comprising of 120kW and 50kW EV off-board DC chargers of CCS standard for e-buses.
The company had earlier setup AC and DC fast chargers with Bharat specifications to charge the Tata Tigor and Mahindra e-Verito cars procured by EESL and has further expanded its offering by introducing high voltage GB/T, CHAdeMO and CCS compatible ‘Harmony’ EV chargers.
With the Harmony chargers, Exicom aims to accelerate the adoption of electric mobility and make users experience even more convenient, safe and rewarding. It is a part of a next generation of smart EV charging solutions which boasts a number of state-of-the-art features.
Anant Nahata, managing director, Exicom said, "We are grateful and excited to participate in this project. Winning this tender further strengthens our position as a market leader with largest base of deployed EV chargers in India. Today, we have a full range of AC and DC Fast chargers suitable for all types of electric vehicles ranging from 1kW up to 150kW, supporting all global standards and both low and high voltage battery platforms”.
The company says it has already been empanelled by leading automobile manufacturers in India and is actively working to collaborate with both public and private organisations.