Tata Motors, which is an auto major platform, has now plans to launch 500 public Electric vehicles charging stations with the fast charging facility by 2021, along with the Tata Power.
The Electric vehicles charging station would be to set up in the major cities, to begin with, and the first 300 are set to be located in metros such as the Pune, Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad, and Bangalore.
The President of the Tata Motors, Shailesh Chandra, revealed that the EV market is held back by the barriers such as the price, range anxiety and lack of charging infrastructure which the EV charging stations aim to tackle.
“Without an ecosystem in place, you can’t see demand in the market,” he said and added, “From a consumer perspective, they will know that something has started getting in motion now and they can think of buying electric cars.”
Tata Motors had revealed previously that it would launch four electric four-wheelers in the next two years, with a range of more than 250 km on a single charge.
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