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LetsTransport, EVRE partners to install 1,000 EV chargers in 12 Indian cities

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Bengaluru-based tech-logistics company LetsTransport has announced that it has partnered with EV charging infrastructure provider EVRE, to provide parking and charging infrastructure for its 1,000-strong fleet across 12 cities.

Under the partnership, EVRE will set up 1,000 EV charging stations across India in the next six months, which will be operated by LetsTransport and other EV fleet owners.

LetsTransport has an active fleet of over 1,00,000 vehicles and they are moving towards building a 100 percent EV fleet. In October 2021, LetsTransport announced its fleet expansion with 1000 electric vehicles to drive cost optimization and sustainability. They recently partnered with several OEMs to build a strong EV fleet for their last-mile logistic services.

To complement this EV fleet across 12 cities, EVRE will design, manufacture, and execute the operation and maintenance of the EV charging infrastructure. The technology for all the chargers, present and upcoming, is owned and operated by EVRE.

In this collaboration, LetsTransport will help in demand assessment of where EVRE should set up charging stations for higher utilization. Further, the space for parking and charging this EV fleet in 12 cities will be provided by EVRE.

The phase-wise execution will include EVRE setting up 200 charging stations in Bengaluru, 200 in Delhi NCR, and the rest in cities including Chennai, Pune, and Hyderabad amongst others by end of 2022.

Over these months, the two companies will work together to reinforce charging infrastructure across the cities mentioned and ensure access to this infrastructure to support the expanding commercial EV fleet of LetsTransport. 

Author : Moulin Oza
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