Tata Power will provide charging solutions to Jaguar Land Rover in India, and it will be spread across its retail network of 27 outlets in 24 cities and at customer’s’ residence and office. Tata Power will provide a range of AC and DC chargers, which will range from 7 kW to 50 kW capacity.
Speaking on the partnership, Rohit Suri, President, and Managing Director, Jaguar Land Rover India, said, “The partnership with Tata Power will be a tremendous value addition for Jaguar Land Rover customers as it provides a one-stop solution to their charging needs and also provides easy accessibility to the wide network of public charging infrastructure being set up by Tata Power across India. This tie-up is one step forward in creating the right ecosystem enabling a simple and hassle-free charging experience for owners of our first electric vehicle, the Jaguar I-PACE, which makes debut in India later this year.”
Speaking on similar lines, Ramesh Subramanyam, CFO & President, New Business, Tata Power, said, “As India’s leading integrated player in the EV charging space, we will provide Jaguar Land Rover India’s EV customers with easy, ubiquitous, and seamless charging experience at their homes, offices, and public spaces.”
Earlier, Tata Motors Limited (TML) and Tata Power had joined hands to set up around 300 electric vehicles charging stations by the end of FY 2020. The EV chargers are located at Tata Motors dealerships, some Tata Group retail outlets, and other public places.
Previously, Mercom had reported that Tata Power and Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited (HPCL), an Indian state-owned oil and natural gas company, had signed a Memorandum of Understanding for setting up commercial-scale charging stations for electric vehicles at the HPCL retail outlets and other locations across India.
Rakesh is a staff reporter at Mercom India. Prior to joining Mercom, he worked in many roles as a business correspondent, assistant editor, senior content writer, and sub-editor with bcfocus.com, CIOReview/Silicon India, Verbinden Communication, and Bangalore Bias. Rakesh holds a Bachelor’s degree in English from Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU). More articles from Rakesh Ranjan.