The development of onboard e-chargers for battery-powered two-, three-, and four-wheelers has been agreed upon, according to Servotech Power Systems Ltd (SPSL). According to a statement from SPSL, intends to create rectifier components that are used in imported applications. "SPSL has signed two memorandums of understanding (MoUs) with IIT Roorkee to develop state-of-the-art rectifier units for CCS2 chargers and onboard EV chargers for two, three and four-wheelers," stated the announcement.
The collaboration will improve domestic manufacturing capabilities and support the expansion of the domestic EV industry because the rectifier unit is a crucial part of the CCS2 (combined charging system) charger that is currently imported. Electric vehicle onboard chargers are small, lightweight chargers that may be fitted directly on two-, three-, and four-wheelers, doing away with the need for a separate charger.
The business will now produce premium onboard chargers. The MD of Servotech Power Systems, Raman Bhatia, stated that this breakthrough "solidifies our commitment to making Make in India". Leading producer of EV chargers, solar devices, and other items is Servotech Power Systems Ltd. (SPSL), which is listed on the NSE.
The business and the UP government signed a contract in August to establish an EV charger manufacturing facility in the state at a cost of Rs 300 crore as part of the Uttar Pradesh Electric Vehicle Manufacturing and Mobility Policy 2022.