EVRE will conceptualise, design, manufacture, install, operate and maintain the slow and fast charging stations to establish EV-charging hubs for GoMechanic
EVRE is partnering with tech-enabled car servicing platform GoMechanic to set up charging facilities.
On its part under the partnership, EVRE will conceptualise, design, manufacture, install, operate and maintain the slow and fast charging stations to establish EV-charging hubs for GoMechanic at all its workshops with plans to come up with 1,000 such hubs in the next two years, it said in a statement.
GoMechanic has a wide network of about 800 workshops across 35 cities that provides 3,600 car service solutions such as vehicle maintenance, retrofitting and access to spare parts.
“We are happy to partner with GoMechanic as it moves to cater to the fast-growing EV-user base and we will jointly work towards the national goals of clean mobility.
“This partnership further brings value for EVRE in line with its goal to cater to e-fleets and focus towards building large-scale EV charging hubs that cater to a large number of EVs at the same time,” said Krishna K Jasti, co-founder and CEO of EVRE.
EVRE’s largest hubs will be able to accommodate 100 EVs, he said, adding that “the platform is constantly evolving and upgrading our offerings, and well on the path to establish the country’s largest 1,000-strong charging hub network in the next two years”.
Adding EVRE charging stations will make the GoMechanic centres a vital point for customers to get a one-stop solution for all sorts of EV charging and car service requirements under one roof while driving to their destination, EVRE said.
GoMechanic Vice-President Suyash Kumar said, “With the movement of the automotive industry towards electric, especially fleets, we have been aggressive in our approach to prepare us in that direction.”