Jio-bp and TVS Motor Company have agreed to explore the creation of a comprehensive public EV charging infrastructure for electric two-wheelers and three-wheelers in India, building on Jio-developing bp’s network in this area. Customers of TVS electric vehicles are likely to gain access to Jio-extensive bp’s charging network, which is also open to other vehicles, as part of this proposed agreement.
The partnership seeks to create a normal AC charging network as well as a DC fast-charging network by using the strengths of both firms. This is in line with Jio-bp and TVS’ commitment to providing customers with large and reliable charging infrastructure. In addition to developing solutions for a seamless customer journey on the TVS and Jio-bp apps, both businesses will apply the best of their worldwide electrification learnings to the Indian market, resulting in a differentiated customer experience that thrills customers.
Jio-bp pulse is the brand name for Jio-electric bp’s vehicle charging and swapping stations. Customers can use the Jio-bp pulse app to locate charging stations near them and charge their electric vehicles. Jio-bp is also developing a charging environment that will benefit all stakeholders in the EV value chain, with the goal of becoming one of India’s largest EV networks.
The TVS Motor Company has made tremendous progress in the development of innovative electric mobility goods and technology. The business has sold over 12,000 units of its high-speed electric scooter TVS iQube since its inception. The TVS iQube is a smart, connected, and practical electric vehicle that meets customers’ daily commuting demands. The corporation has committed Rs. 1,000 crores to the electric vehicle market, with a significant amount of that already spent. To pave the way for electrification, the company is preparing a full variety of two and three-wheelers with power outputs ranging from 5 to 25 kW, all of which will be available within the next 24 months.
This agreement will aid in the adoption of electric vehicles in the country among two- and three-wheeler customers who want to take the next step toward turning electric. The fast spread of these charging stations will widen the horizons of both companies and India’s net-zero emission aspirations.
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