ElectricPe, Electric One join forces for setting up EVC infra across India
EV charging platform, ElectricPe has announced that it has partnered with EV Super Stores Chain, Electric One to provide robust charging infrastructure and encourage EV adoption.
Through this alliance, Electric One customers across 82 stores in India will get access to ElectricPe's EV platform.
The alliance will be executed phase by phase, starting in Bengaluru, before scaling across different regions, providing EV customers access to on-demand charging at the click of a button. It will also strengthen ElectricPe's network, which has already onboarded 2,500 public charging points in Bengaluru, the largest network in the city.
"At ElectricPe, we have an unshaken vision to establish the largest network of charging points across India on our platform. Electric One has 82 physical stores, servicing multiple OEMs, and has aggressive growth plans; once a customer purchases an EV, they will immediately get access to our nationwide network and all the perks our platform offers; thereby boosting customer confidence. Working alongside Electric One, we aim to rid the fear of range anxiety and help cater to customer needs in every nook and corner of the country," said Avinash Sharma, Co-Founder & CEO, ElectricPe.
The association will be a step towards a common goal of improving the charging infrastructure access in India to boost customer confidence and seamless adoption of clean mobility. ElectricPe recently committed to ensuring 1,00,000 public charging points on its platform by the end of the year.
Speaking on the partnership, Amit Das, Founder & CEO of Electric One, said, "Building customer confidence and retention has been a core focus for us as we continue to build a market for electric vehicles. We believe that our alliance with ElectricPe will enable this by providing charging infrastructure, technology, and user interface tools of the highest grade, ensuring that the consumer enjoys a hassle-free experience. Having the largest network of 2,500 public charging points in Bengaluru is a testimony to their vision."