The carmaker and Fortum have built a network of 11 DC chargers across Delhi NCR, Mumbai, Pune, Hyderabad, Bangalore, and Ahmedabad.
MG Motor India and Fortum Charge & Drive India have set up a 50 kW superfast public EV charging station in Pune. A MG ZS EV can be charged from 0 to 80% in 50 minutes at Fortum superfast charging stations.
The public charging station was inaugurated by Mrs. Usha (Mai) Manohar Dhore, Pimpri – Chinchwad Mayor and Ajay Aautade, Assistant RTO Officer Pimpri – Chinchwad at MG Dealership.
The smart chargers can be accessed by anyone who has an EV car compatible with the CCS2 (Combined Charging System), by registering on Fortum’s mobile app.
Speaking on the partnership, Gaurav Gupta, chief commercial officer, MG Motor India said, “Our collaboration with Fortum reiterates our commitment towards enabling the infrastructure for environment-friendly mobility solutions in the country. The ZS EV’s availability in more cities in a phase-wise manner is a step closer to achieving sustainability goals. After launching the ZS EV in 6 more cities in 2021, the MG ZS EV is now available across 37 Indian cities.”
MG Motor India and Fortum, one of the leading EV charging service providers in the global EV space, had announced their partnership in 2019. Since then, the carmaker and Fortum have built a network of 11 DC chargers across Delhi NCR, Mumbai, Pune, Hyderabad, Bangalore, and Ahmedabad.
Awadhesh Kumar Jha, VP, Fortum Charge & Drive India said, “We are happy to extend our partnership with one of the leading automotive companies to further bolster the super-fast charging network in the country. With this charger on Fortum Charge & Drive network, an EV user can travel between Mumbai and Pune without any range anxiety as both the cities have Fortum chargers.”
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