MG Motor India and Tata Power today inaugurated the first 60kW superfast EV charging station in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh.
To strengthen the EV infrastructure in the country, MG Motor and Tata Power today inaugurated the first 60 kW superfast EV charging station in Lucknow. Let’s get electric and #ChangeWhatYouCan!@TataPower pic.twitter.com/4SzUvnF90V— Morris Garages India (@MGMotorIn) December 22, 2020
The all new facility is available to vehicles compatible with CCS/CHAdeMO fast-charging standards.
The customers can charge their MG ZS EV up to 80 per cent in 50 minutes at the charging station.
Gaurav Gupta, MG Motor India Chief Commercial Officer said “We would like to congratulate U.P. and its citizens for their second superfast EV charging station. Our partnership with Tata Power aims to provide customers with a robust charging ecosystem. We feel confident that the charging station’s deployment will pave the way for superior EV traction in the region, thereby catalyzing the adoption of cleaner and greener mobility solutions. With Tata Power as our partner, a renowned major in the field of renewable energy, we are confident that together we will create a distinct synergy.”
“We are proud and happy to present Lucknow with its first EV charging station in association with MG Motor India. Our endeavour is to build a decent ecosystem for our potential EV customers in the future. As India moves towards the adoption of sustainable practices, we will continue to provide customers with the best sustainable energy solutions and look forward to quickly add more cities to this exciting transformation,” said Rajesh Naik, Chief – New Business Services, Tata Power.
Last month, MG Motor India and Tata Power had inaugurated a 60kW superfast EV charging station in Agra, the first such facility in Uttar Pradesh.
The two companies have partnered for deploying 60kW DC superfast charging stations across the country
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