Ather Energy aims to set-up 6500 charging points across the country by 2022.
IIT-Madras incubated electric scooter maker Ather Energy has begun installing its charger infrastructure in Chennai, the second city the six-year-old start-up has selected for business foray after Bengaluru.
Chennai – The birthplace of Ather
Chennai will have 50-55 charging stations by the end of the year. Ather Grid, set up to address the lack of charging infrastructure in the country, has set up 31 charging points: 24 in Bengaluru and 7 in Chennai so far. The fast charging network in Chennai is being offered free of charge till the end of the year, Ather said in a release.