Okaya Power Group Teams Up With Prakriti E-Mobility For EV Charging Stations

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  • Okaya said that its lithium-ion batteries and EV Chargers with Intelligent BMS have all the safety features to protect the battery and the vehicle.
  • Recently, Okaya Power had announced that it has bagged a contract from state-owned Power Grid Corporation (PGCIL) for supply, installation, and commissioning of multi-standard electric vehicle chargers in Shillong

Okaya Power has announced a strategic partnership with Prakriti E-Mobility Private Limited for providing charging stations to the fleet operations of Prakriti E-Mobility. Okaya said that its Lithium-ion batteries and EV Chargers with Intelligent BMS have all the safety features to protect the battery and the vehicle.

Anshul Gupta, director, Okaya Power Private Ltd. said, “we are thrilled to announce this game-changing collaboration which will play a significant role in accelerating the country’s transition towards electric mobility. Our partnership with Prakriti-E Mobility is the true testament of our ability to provide world-class EV charging infrastructure solutions and we are committed to take this association to greater heights. This partnership undeniably represents a major milestone and a strong step towards providing pollution-free green modes of transportation with an unwavering commitment to safety, reliability, and efficiency. We are committed to take this collaboration to even greater heights.”

Contract from Power Grid Corporation

Recently, Okaya Power had announced that it has bagged a contract from state-owned Power Grid Corporation (PGCIL) for supply, installation, and commissioning of multi-standard electric vehicle chargers in Shillong. PGCIL has given this contract to Okaya for supply, installation, and commissioning of over 55 Multi-Standard EV charger (100 kW) as per CCS2/CHAdeMO Protocol, and 15 kW DC fast chargers as per DC-001 in Shillong, Meghalaya

Nimish Trivedi, co-founder and CEO, Prakriti E-Mobility Private Limited said, “The partnership with Okaya Power is very important to us, as it will help mitigate a major concern hindering the adoption of Electric vehicles in the country – the absence of adequate charging infrastructure. We are confident that this partnership will not only help us provide a robust charging infra to suggest expansion or our existing fleet but, also provide a much-needed impetus to the overall EV ecosystem in India.”

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