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EVIT sets up 380 EV chargers in 17 Indian cities

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EVI Technologies Private Limited (EVIT) has announced that it has installed 380 Electric Vehicles (EV) chargers in 17 cities across India.

The company has installed EV chargers in 17 Indian cities including, Delhi-NCR, Rampur (Himachal Pradesh), Patna, Ranchi, Raipur, Dantewada, Hyderabad, Thane, Madurai, Trivandrum, Chennai, Ahmedabad, Bhopal, Haldwani, Rudrapur, Hapur, Shillong, and Sonipat.

Commenting on setting up EV chargers in 17 Indian cities, Rupesh Kumar, CEO, EVI Technologies, said, "We are thrilled to announce that we've successfully installed 380 EV charges in 17 cities. We are also pleased to be able to provide superior and low-cost EV chargers pan India as we believe in 100 percent customer satisfaction by delivering the products and services at an affordable cost. In the coming days, we're planning to install more EV charges in other metropolis cities across India as per the demand."

As per EVIT, the company provides all types of electric vehicle chargers, which work through the user authentication process via a mobile app on the user/operator side once the user is verified. The EV charger and server connection are said to enhance the electric vehicle user experience with faster navigation to chargers, remote charging control, and booking services. The company claims that its products are designed and developed with robust power technologies, including advanced AI (Artificial Intelligence) and ML (Machine Learning) based algorithms, enabling a perfect product catered to the market.

EVIT charging process involves the central server, mobile app, and charger, at the site with standard charging protocols. The company claims that it is delivering advanced products and services at an affordable cost, striving to become an entity in technology-based EV solutions. EVI Technologies is also planning to set up charging and battery swapping stations in different cities of India for electric two and three-wheelers by FY22-23. 

Author : Debi Dash
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