The app was launched by KT Ramarao, a cabinet minister in the state government.
Statiq, a Gurgaon-based EV charging provider, has developed TSEV, an all-purpose app for electric vehicle users and buyers in Telangana.
The app was launched by KT Ramarao, a cabinet minister in the state government. As a white-label solution that is already functional, TSEV provides a single-point interface for not only electric vehicle owners looking to recharge their EVs, but also those intending to purchase a new EV in the state. In effect, the app also doubles up as an e-commerce platform for the sale of EVs in the state.
“As a tech partner of the Telangana government, we are indeed proud to have come up with this solution. With the ever-growing popularity of EVs in the state demonstrated in their rising numbers, the app has proven to be a perfect end-to-end solution for EV users wishing to recharge their vehicles or access related services. From discovering or locating the nearest charging station to determining the right charging point for their EVs to paying for a charging session, the app has provided a complete and seamless charging experience for EV users. And all at the click of a mobile phone button,” said Raghav Arora, Co-founder, and CTO, of Statiq.
From the government standpoint, the app would help the government realize its vision of providing accessible, affordable, and reliable charging infrastructure thereby enabling sustainable transportation as well as addressing pollution issues.
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