On Nov 6, Okaya EV Chargers announced their ambitious plan to establish 2,550 electric vehicle chargers throughout India. This initiative will be carried out in partnership with the Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) and will require an investment of Rs 125 crore. According to Okaya EV Chargers, over 20 states in the country have seen the installation of as many as 362 chargers. This step aims to strengthen the electric vehicle infrastructure.
According to the company, the chargers that have been installed consist of a variety of high-voltage and low-voltage options. These options include chargers with capacities of 3.3-kW and 7.4-kW, as well as wall-mounted CCS 2 DC fast chargers with a capacity of 30 kW. Additionally, there are 60-kW CCS2 DC fast chargers.
We see this partnership as a perfect match for our vision of developing a sustainable ecosystem for electric vehicles in India. According to Anshul Gupta, Managing Director at Okaya EV Chargers, their cutting-edge charging solutions will provide EV users with convenient and efficient charging options, giving them more control and flexibility.
According to the company, the initiative requires a total investment of Rs 125 crore, showcasing the significant dedication of both partners in promoting the implementation of electric vehicles and aiding the government's endeavor towards eco-friendly transportation.
As India moves towards sustainable transportation, Okaya EV Chargers, a division of the Okaya Group, has successfully installed 2,000 chargers nationwide.