- The project encompasses two charger variants, 60 kW and 120 kW
- Servotech has already completed 36% of supply and installation and the entire project will be completed by March’24
Servotech Power Systems has secured a significant order for 1800 DC Fast EV Chargers from Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited (BPCL), with a project value of 120 Crores.
Servotech will be responsible for the entire project, including manufacturing, supplying, installing, and strategically placing these 1800 EV chargers throughout the country, primarily at BPCL petrol stations in major cities, as part of the BPCL E-drive Project. This endeavour represents a crucial milestone in promoting a widespread EV charging infrastructure. The project encompasses two charger variants, 60 kW and 120 kW, with Servotech’s commitment to completing this extensive project by the end of 2024, thus contributing significantly to the nation’s burgeoning EV ecosystem.
The primary objective is to establish e-mobility touchpoints, streamline transactions, enhance availability, simplify discovery, and facilitate navigation for EV users, ensuring convenient access to the growing EV charging network.
Sarika Bhatia, Director of Servotech Power Systems Ltd., commented on this announcement, we take immense pride in accelerating India’s E-Mobility revolution in collaboration with BPCL. Our partnership focuses on establishing a dynamic EV charging network that makes EV charging accessible for EV owners nationwide. Through cutting-edge DC Fast EV Chargers, Servotech Power Systems aims to play a pivotal role in realizing India’s ambitious goals in the E-Mobility sector, bringing the nation closer to becoming an EV-powered nation.
As India wholeheartedly embraces electric mobility, Servotech stays at the forefront of developing a robust EV charging infrastructure and has already successfully supplied 4000 EV Chargers across India (as of Jan 2024). Our active support ensures the nation’s smooth transition toward a cleaner and more sustainable transportation ecosystem. This strategic initiative not only represents a significant milestone but also paves the way for a robust and expansive charging network, essential for the future of high-capacity and rapid EV charging, said Sarika Bhatia
Serovtech Power Systems and BPCL had previously worked together to transform the E-Mobility landscape. The company also bagged an order to supply and install 2649 AC EV Chargers at different locations across the country for BPCL’s E-drive project. Servotech has already completed 36% of supply and installation and the entire project will be completed by March’24.