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Exicom installs first electric vehicle charging station at UN office

Exicom installed the first electric vehicle charging station at United Nation office in Lodhi Estate. It is part of the plan to develop EV charging points across the country.

Union Minister for Environment, Forest and Climate Change, Dr. Harsh Vardhan said that Indians have learnt living in harmony with nature from the ancestors. He emphasized that for India, environmental issues are not merely technical issues, but real moral issues and a movement for the future generations.

Addressing the gathering, Erik Solheim noted the manner in which the Prime Minister, Narendra Modi and the Environment Minister, Dr. Harsh Vardhan have altered the nature of dialogue on environment in the country.

Speaking on the occasion, Secretary, MoEF&CC, C.K Mishra underlined that the effort is to hand over a much better world to the future generations.

Anant Nahata, Managing Director of Exicom said, “We are very happy to take part in the EV movement. We heartily support government’s commitment to develop an effective charging infrastructure for creating an enabling ecosystem for EVs to operate smoothly. Our solutions are capable to deliver the performance needed for anxiety free transport at the lowest cost while also helping to solve many problems like reducing pollution and oil import.”

Exicom EV AC Charger supports BEVC-AC001 specifications. It is designed with 3 sockets to charge up to 15A per socket (or 3.3KW). It is suitable for installation at wide range of places including parking, service stations, commercial and residential through pedestal mount/wall mount or pole mount.

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