Jaguar Land Rover Partners With Tata Power for EV Charging Solutions

Jaguar Land Rover India entered into a partnership with Tata Power to offer end-to-end EV charging solutions.

Jaguar Tata Power EV Charging

Jaguar Land Rover India has announced that it has entered into a partnership with Tata Power to offer end-to-end EV charging solutions. As per the agreement for the partnership, Tata Power will provide charging solutions for Jaguar Land Rover in India, across its retail network of 27 outlets in 24 cities and at the customer’s residence and/or office.

India’s largest integrated Power Company, Tata Power will be responsible for providing a range of AC and DC chargers, starting from 7 kW to 50 kW capacity. The firm will be the preferred partner to facilitate the installation and management of chargers at the designated premises and other after-sales related support services.

“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 its debut in India later this year,” said Rohit Suri, president and managing director, Jaguar Land Rover India.

Tata Power has a network of over 120 charging points across public, captive, residential & corporate segments addressing different charging standards. 

Ramesh Subramanyam, CFO and president – New Business, Tata Power Company Limited said “Tata Power is delighted to work with Jaguar Land Rover India as an end-to-end EV charging partner. 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 places. This partnership is also an endorsement of their faith in us and our ability to deal with the electrified range of vehicles that Jaguar Land Rover will bring into India.”

In February, we had reported that Tata Power is planning to increase its network of electric vehicle (EV) charging stations to 700 by next year. The company had already installed 100 fast-charging stations in various cities, including Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Pune, and Hyderabad, which it plans to take up to 300 by the end of March this year, a top company official had confirmed.

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Ayush Verma

Ayush is a staff writer at and writes on renewable energy with a special focus on solar and wind. Prior to this, as an engineering graduate trying to find his niche in the energy journalism segment, he worked as a correspondent for