Tata Power installs 150 clean energy-powered EV charging stations across Mumbai

Clean Energy charging stations are installed at residential societies, malls, commercial complexes, and petrol pumps.

Tata Power installs 150 clean energy-powered EV charging stations across Mumbai

As another step toward promoting green offerings and e-mobility to the people of Mumbai, Tata Power, one of India’s integrated power companies and an EV charging infrastructure provider has installed 150 green energy-powered EV stations across residential societies, malls, commercial complexes and petrol pumps in Mumbai. These chargers are powered by renewable sources like wind, solar, and hydropower. The initiative is in line with Tata Power’s ‘Do Green ‘ mission to encourage its customers to embrace green and clean energy solutions in their day-to-day life.

Tata Power has also collaborated with the National Real Estate Development Council (NAREDCO), Maharashtra to install up to 5,000 EV charging points across Maharashtra. 

Commenting on this achievement, Sanjay Banga, President T &D – of Tata Power said, “Tata Power believes that smart actions taken today will have a big influence on the environment in the future. Our EV charging stations that are powered by clean energy will help in the promotion of e-mobility. We firmly believe Mumbai citizens will lead the 'Do Green' drive and serve as a role model for other major cities considering faster EV adoption."

The company also has a strong network of more than 13,000 home chargers (for private use) and more than 200 electric bus charging points installed across India. The company is India's largest EV charging solutions provider, with over 2200 public EV chargers in more than 350 cities.

The Company has continuously endeavoured to provide green services to the citizens of Mumbai through its various green offerings which include green power, solar rooftop, DSM Programs, and Home Automation To date, more than 17000 customers have opted for green power across Mumbai which has helped mitigate around 126 Kilotonnes of carbon emission.

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