Exicom expands into the UK Market, introduces range of EV Chargers
As part of its global expansion strategy, Exicom has identified Europe as a key market for its home charging and business solutions
Exicom, India’s largest EV charger manufacturer, has announced its strategic entry into the UK and European market. The company plans to strengthen its distribution channel and will be providing EV chargers through direct sales channels too.
As part of its global expansion strategy, Exicom has identified Europe as a key market for its home charging and business solutions. Exicom unveiled its first-of-its-kind EV charging product, Harmony Direct DC 360 Fast Charger at the
London EV Show, designed especially for the European market. Setting the benchmark with up to 360kW of power and a modular design, it promises the quickest charging experience in the market for upcoming electric vehicles. Its ergonomic cable management maintains station tidiness, while the new sleek design, easy-to-use display terminal and innovative lighting system elevate overall
These DC chargers are suitable for insallation at fueling stations, retail locations, highways and commercial premises to charge electric fleets.
Exicom has also unveiled its latest breakthrough – the ‘Spin Air’ EV AC Charger, marking a significant milestone in home electric vehicle charging. Spin Air seamlessly integrates state-of-the-art technology, user-friendly features, and elegant design. Beyond its visual appeal, Spin Air exemplifies intelligence in charging methodology. Solar compatibility allows users to harness renewable energy, while load balancing and power sharing ensure optimal energy distribution within the home environment, claims the press release.
Additionally, it’s seamless integration with Exicom's Spin Control mobile app empowers users to remotely monitor, schedule, and receive real-time updates on their charging sessions.
As it enters the UK market through the London EV Show 2023, Exicom's primary aim is to simplify EV charging, guaranteeing its reliability and future adaptability, aligning with the UK Government's vision of achieving zero-emission vehicles by 2035.
"With many governments and especially UK favouring faster adoption of electric mobility, themdemand for innovative home charging solutions and fast charging stations is higher than ever. We are thrilled to introduce our new range of Harmony DC chargers which fit a variety of use cases and are convenient to operate. With the expansion of our operations in Europe, we hope to play a key role in enabling low carbon society in these markets," said, Anant Nahata, CEO, Exicom.
The integration of embedded 5G Ultra Wideband connectivity into Audi vehicles will facilitate advanced driving features,...
Suzuki Access became the 1 millionth unit that was rolled out from the company's Kherki Dhaula plant in Gurugram.
The company says it is proactively reaching out to customers and replacing the electronic oil pump controller in the aff...