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EV Ecosystem Updates – Tata Power and Tata Motors dominate the EV sector, Statiq continues its momentum and more
Nimit Arora
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Published on 11th Jun 22

1. Tata Power ties-up with a major real estate developer to provide EV charging solutions.

Tata Power is collaborating with real estate firm ‘Kolte-Patil Developers’ to set up EV charging stations at the company’s projects in Mumbai, Pune & Bangalore. Tata Power announced this tie-up with the Pune-based firm on June 6.

Tata Power will install, provide service and periodically upgrade the EV charging stations for residential clients of Kolte-Patil. These customers will also have access to Tata Power EZ Charge mobile app, which provides pre-booking, charge monitoring, e-payment among other facilities.


In a joint statement, the 2 companies said, “Kolte-Patil Developers & Tata Power aim to push wider green mobility adoption & charging infrastructure to mitigate climate change challenges in the urban mobility space.”

2. Delhi Airport to embrace electric mobility in a big way.

The Delhi Airport will induct 62 electric vehicles in the next 4 months for its airport operations in an attempt to reduce greenhouse gas emission.

The Indira Gandhi International Airport will also see installation of high voltage & DC fast-charging stations at strategic locations to meet the requirements of these newly-inducted vehicles and more in the future.


The plan is to make the Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi a 'Net Zero Carbon Emission' Airport.

3. Statiq collaborates with Hala Mobility.

EV charging startup Statiq has tied-up with Hyderabad-based startup Hala Mobility.

Statiq had joined hands with Ather last month.

Statiq is expanding its EV charging network in North India, especially Delhi-NCR. These partnerships are part of this expansion process. The Hala Mobility app provides customers with booking of cabs & bikes, rentals of e-scooters and booking EV charging station slots. The customer data from Hala will be shared with Statiq for setting up EV charging stations at strategic locations.


4. EV charging points to come up at 6 suburban railway stations in Mumbai.

The charging points will come up at Kurla, Lokmanya Tilak Terminus, Bhandup, Kalyan, Panvel & Dadar railway stations. Installation work at Kurla, Lokmanya Tilak Terminus, Bhandup & Kalyan railway stations are already underway and operations are expected to start by July. EV charging stations are already functional at CST Terminal, Parel & Byculla railway stations in the suburban railway network.

Recently, BEST announced its plans for setting up EV charging points at its bus stops, bus stands & depots across Mumbai for its electric buses and for general public.

5. Tata Motors bags huge EV fleet order.

Tata Motors reserved a big order to supply 10,000 e-cars to BluSmart Electric Mobility. This is India’s biggest EV fleet order till date.

The two companies had signed a deal for 3500 XPRES-T electric cars last year and this new order is in addition to the former.

BluSmart had raised $50Mn in Series A funding and they are using these to scale-up at fast pace across Delhi-NCR & other metro cities. The company is a major player in the cab industry and specializes in providing surge-free cab services to & fro airports.

Tata Motors will supply XPRES-T EVs to BluSmart. The company launched the XPRES brand exclusively for fleet companies. XPRES-T is an electric sedan (based on Tata Tigor EV) which comes with 2 battery options: 21.5 kWh & 16.5 kWh. It has dual airbags and ABS with EBD as standard in both variants.


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