- The centre will have three automation labs to design and develop cell quality and battery pack design
- The company aims to set up 500 EV charging station pan India by the end of 2020
EV charging solutions provider, Magenta Power (ChargeGrid), has opened its first R&D Centre in Navi Mumbai. The company said that the new facility will help increase production rates and allow for much faster time-to-market, for the AC & DC charger for 2-wheeler, 3-wheeler and 4-wheeler vehicles.
Maxson Lewis, director, Magenta Power said, “The investment in this new R&D centre demonstrates Magenta’s commitment to technological leadership and setting the standard when it comes to sustainable mobility. The Centre is uniquely placed in the heart of Mumbai, to ensure we can work with the industry to accelerate the development of new EVs and the next wave of charging infrastructure needed to power India’s future.”
Develop cell quality and battery pack design
The company said that the R&D centre will adhere to all international quality and safety standards. It will work on futuristic technologies in the field of electric vehicles, charging Supply equipment’s and smart data analytics said the company.
It will have three automation labs to design and develop cell quality and battery pack design. It will also conduct reliability and environmental tests with its test instrumentation and advanced design tools as per the company.
Magenta Power (ChargeGrid) is currently present at 53 locations across the country. It aims to make its presence in every state and set up 500 EV charging station by the end of 2020.