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EVRE to install EV charging stations at GoMechanic workshops across India

EV charging station (Source: EVRE)

Electric vehicle charging solution provider EVRE has announced that it will set up EV charging stations at all GoMechanic workshops across India.

This comes as part of the company's former announcement to install 1,000 EV charging hubs across the country over the next two years. The company has also stated that the first phase of EV charging stations at the multi-brand vehicle servicing workshops will begin in Bangalore and Chennai.

While demands and sales of electric vehicles, particularly the electric two-wheelers have been increasing across India substantially over the past few years, the lack of public EV charging stations remains a key deterrent ahead of the growth of battery electric vehicles. EVRE intends to tap into the segment and address the issue, says the company.

Under this pact between the two companies, GoMechanic claims that it will be able to offer EV charging stations to electric vehicle owners across its 800 plus workshops in 35 cities. It says that adding these charging stations will make the GoMechanic workshops vital points for customers to get a one-stop solution for all sorts of EV charging and car service requirements.

Commenting on this partnership, Krishna K Jasti, Co-Founder and CEO of EVRE said that this partnership will help the electric vehicle fleets and focus on building large-scale EV charging hubs that cater to many electric vehicles at the same time. He also claimed that its largest EV charging hubs will be able to accommodate 100 electric vehicles at the same time.

Author : Debi Dash
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