Tata Power and Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited have signed an agreement to install electric vehicle charging stations at fuel pumps across the country. Tata Power will install its electric vehicle charging stations at HPCL’s petrol pumps located throughout the country’s major towns and roads.
According to Tata Power, the project will enable electric vehicle users to travel inside towns and intercity without worrying about battery recharge. Which will result in both financial and time savings.
HPCL’s vehicle will be able to be charged via the mobile app at these EV charging stations that will be installed at gas pumps. With this software, you may conduct cashless transactions and save time.
According to the firm, this new relationship between Tata Power and HPCL will play a critical role in encouraging electric car owners to charge their vehicles at gas stations.
On the legal front, the corporation asserts that this proposal is consistent with the Government of India’s National Electric Mobility Mission. In which we want to enhance the country’s electric car charging infrastructure through the use of cutting-edge technologies, while also facilitating electric vehicle access to EV charging stations installed at petrol stations.
Sandeep Bangia elaborated on this concept, stating that the deal between Tata Power and HPCL will help electric vehicle owners. This means they’ll have easy access to an EV charging station and won’t have to worry about running out of battery on the road.