Tata Power signs MoU with Assam Government for EV charging infrastructure
Tata Power will deploy a network of 10 advanced EV chargers within Guwahati.
Tata Power EV Charging Solutions Limited (TPEVCSL), a Tata Power Group Company, signed an MoU (Memorandum of Understanding) with the Assam Government, aimed at augmenting the electric vehicle ecosystem.
This will introduce the convenience of EV charging infrastructure in Guwahati. As part of this initiative, Tata Power will deploy a network of 10 advanced EV chargers strategically situated across 10 pivotal locations as a pilot within Guwahati , with key installations planned for high-traffic areas such as Dispur.
The Transport Minister of Assam, Parimal Suklabaidya stated, "In our collaboration with Tata Power, we exemplify our shared vision of advancing sustainability and improving the quality of life for the people of Assam. This initiative not only guarantees cleaner and more sustainable transportation but also a notable enhancement in the lives of our citizens."
Virendra Goyal, Head of Business Development (EV Charging) at Tata Power, articulated the company's strategic approach to its expansion and charger deployment in niche areas within Assam, stating, "In our steadfast pursuit of network expansion, we are meticulously exploring distinctive locations for charger deployment. Tata Power through its expansive network is driving adopting and mitigating range anxiety while driving EV adoption in Assam."
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