Cutting-edge technology transforms EV charging landscape, eliminating dual infrastructure costs and connecting India to global standards.
Servotech Power Systems Ltd., manufacturer of EV chargers and solar solutions, has announced the filing of two groundbreaking patents in the field of EV charger technology. These patents are set to revolutionize the EV charging infrastructure, allowing users to fast charge any GB/T Bharat DC 001 vehicle based on 72v/96VDC through a CCS2 connector using a compact additional gadget.
The transformative patents introduce two methodologies that contribute to a robust, interoperable, and cost-effective EV charging ecosystem. This innovation is poised to reshape the EV charging landscape in India and other nations adhering to the GB/T with LVDC standards. Notably, it eliminates the need for dual infrastructure expenses by enabling GB/T Bharat DC 001 vehicles to be charged through widely available CCS2 chargers in the country.
Fleet services and vehicles like small trucks or lorries following the GB/T Bharat DC 001 protocol can now access charging through the more abundant CCS2 chargers. This breakthrough holds significant promise for the EV industry and facilitates seamless charging for EV owners between India and Europe, bridging standards with innovation.
Servotech Power Systems Ltd. has been at the forefront of innovation, filing previous patents to optimize grid services through a battery energy storage system and channel renewable energy into BESS for maximum value. These advancements have transformed energy management, enhancing efficiency across various fields, including solar and electric vehicle charging systems.
Arun Handa, Chief Technical Officer at Servotech Power Systems Ltd., expressed the company’s commitment to innovation, aiming to enhance accessibility, convenience, and interoperability in EV charging solutions. The company’s dedication to the Make in India concept has positioned it as a global leader in manufacturing EV charging components aligned with sustainable technologies.
Servotech plans to establish 5000 CPO sites across the nation, equipped with the latest technology. This initiative aligns with the company’s mission to significantly contribute to India’s e-mobility goals, fostering a connected, efficient, and sustainable EV ecosystem. The unveiled patents underscore Servotech’s vision to transform EV charging paradigms, making substantial contributions to the development of India’s EV charging infrastructure. The company’s efforts signal a future where accessibility and innovation seamlessly converge.