Tata Motors has announced its partnership with the Haryana Renewable Agency (HAREDA) to deploy Nexon EVs in Haryana, as a part of its tender with Energy Efficiency Services (EESL). In an event held today, the handover ceremony and the inauguration of the EV charging station took place in the presence of Tarun Kapoor, secretary in the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas.
During the inauguration ceremony, EESL also signed an MoU with the government of Haryana to accelerate the adoption of electric vehicles and strengthen charging infrastructure in the state.
The OEM has been playing a leading role in proactively driving the adoption of electric mobility in the country and is closely working with other Tata Group companies including Tata Power, Tata Chemicals, Tata Auto Components, Tata Motors Finance and Croma, to contribute to the faster adoption of EVs in India through its EV ecosystem called the ‘Tata uniEVerse’.
The carmaker says it has consistently catered to the evolving needs of customers for electric cars and has a market share of 67% in EVs in H1 FY2021. At present there are more than 2,000 Nexon EVs plying on Indian roads.