Park+ have announced plans to install 10,000 EV charging stations within two years in India

In India, the EV charging infrastructure company Evre and parking solutions brand Park+ have announced their partnership to install 10,000 EV charging stations within two years.

Firstly to the larger of the two rollouts, Evre. For the planned 10,000 charging stations, the long-term partnership with Park+ will include the acquisition of spaces for smart charging and parking hubs for both the logistics and people mobility segments.

Evre will be responsible for the EV charging infrastructure, while Park+ will be dealing with the real estate aspect of the hubs. Park+ is already operating charging facilities in 1000+ apartments, 250+ corporate, and 30+ malls. The plan is to establish stations across high-demand areas like shopping complexes, residential townships, malls, hotels and corporate tech parks helping in higher utilization of the EV chargers. In phases, 300 charging hubs will be installed in Delhi NCR by the end of the year, 100 in Bengaluru and 100 in Mumbai and Pune.

 In a separate deal, the state-owned Hindustan Petroleum Corporation (HPCL) plans to commission 5,000 electric vehicle charging stations over the next three years.  HPCL currently operates just 84 EV charging stations. Here, HPCL has made agreements with Convergence Energy Services Ltd (CESL), Tata Power and Magenta EV Systems for setting up charging infrastructure at their retail outlets.

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