Okaya EV Chargers And Indian Oil Revolutionize EV Charging In India

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Discover how these chargers, equipped with advanced safety features and offering a wide range of power options, are poised to shape the future of electric mobility while contributing to a greener, more sustainable India.

Okaya EV (electric vehicle) Chargers has unveiled a groundbreaking partnership with Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOCL) to deploy 2,550 EV chargers nationwide. This collaboration represents a significant stride towards fortifying the electric vehicle infrastructure, encompassing the installation of 362 chargers spanning more than 20 states. The range of EV chargers provided includes a diverse array of high and low-voltage options, comprising the 3.3KW Charger, 7.4KW Charger, 30 KW Wall Mounted CCS2 DC Fast Charger, and 60 KW CCS2 DC Fast Charger. Furthermore, these chargers incorporate a multi-tiered protective system, offering safeguards against Over Voltage, Under Voltage, Over Current, Short Circuit, Surge protection, Over Temperature, Ground Fault Protection, Residual Current, and Emergency Shutdown with an alert system.

In addition to safeguarding the longevity of the charging infrastructure, this comprehensive safety package also prioritizes the safety of users and the surrounding environment. These chargers hold ISO 9001, 14001, and 5001 certifications and have been further evaluated and endorsed by government-certified associations, such as the ARAI and iCAT. This diverse range of chargers ensures the seamless charging of electric vehicles, catering to various power requirements. The company has already successfully installed over 2,000 EV chargers, marking a significant contribution to India’s transition towards sustainable transportation. 

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Dr. Anshul Gupta, Managing Director of Okaya EV Chargers, expressed enthusiasm about the partnership, stating, “We are thrilled to collaborate with Indian Oil Corporation Limited in this monumental initiative. This partnership aligns with our vision of establishing a sustainable ecosystem for electric vehicles in India. Our advanced charging solutions will provide EV users convenient and efficient charging options.”

The total investment committed to this initiative amounts to INR 125 Crores, underscoring both companies’ substantial dedication to expediting the adoption of electric vehicles and supporting the government’s drive towards cleaner transportation. The partnership signifies a shared commitment to advancing electric mobility in India. Through this collaboration, both companies actively contribute to reducing the carbon footprint, promoting cleaner air, and nurturing a greener future for the nation. This endeavour demonstrates their dedication to sustainable development and underscores the private sector’s pivotal role in India’s electric vehicle revolution.

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