- The public charger will be available 24×7 for customers and comes with CCS/CHAdeMO fast-charging standards
- MG said that is actively strengthening India’s EV infrastructure and is working across multiple cities in U.P. at present
MG Motor India has launched Agra’s first 60 kW Superfast EV charging station in partnership with Tata Power. The public charger will be available 24×7 for customers and comes with CCS/CHAdeMO fast-charging standards.
Gaurav Gupta, chief commercial officer, MG Motor India, said, “The launch of the EV trial run from Delhi to Agra by the Government of India is a strong step towards adoption of EVs in our country. With the culmination of the trial run taking place at MG Agra Dealership, where we today also inaugurated a fast-charging station in partnership with Tata Power, citizens here will be able to access the public charging facility. Vehicles such as ZS EV offer a range of 340 kilometers on a single charge, making them ideal for Delhi-Agra commute.
Quickly adding more cities
He added, “At MG, we feel proud to have pioneered the EV ecosystem in India with a robust 5-way charging network. We are also actively forging partnerships with key charging enablers such as Tata Power and Exicom to further expand the EV ecosystem across the nation.”
Rajesh Naik, chief – new business services, Tata Power said that the collaboration with MG Motor demonstrates the commitment to add impetus to the EV migration in India. Agra’s first-ever Superfast Charging EV station is just the beginning and the company looks forward to quickly adding more cities to this exciting transformation.