MG and Fortum Install First Public Fast Charging Station in Gurugram

MG Motor India and Fortum have unveiled the first 50 kW DC charging station at MG’s flagship showroom at Gurugram.

MG Fortum Fast Charging

Underlining its commitment towards catalysing an EV revolution, MG (Morris Garages) Motor India and Fortum Charge & Drive India have unveiled the first 50 kW DC charging station at MG’s flagship showroom at Gurugram.

The charging station has been installed by Finland-based clean energy major Fortum and was unveiled and operationalised for public use by Anil Shrivastava, IAS, Principal Consultant & MD, Mission on Transformative Mobility & Battery Storage, NITI Aayog, ahead of the launch of MG Motor’s first pure electric car – the MG ZS EV, next month.

Under the partnership, starting with the national capital, Fortum has installed four public 50 kW fast-charging stations in South Delhi, West Delhi, Noida & Gurugram respectively. Besides, six more public 50 KW DC fast chargers have been installed at MG’s Dealer locations in Mumbai, Bengaluru, Hyderabad and Ahmedabad. The smart chargers can be accessed by an EV user owning vehicles compatible with CCS/CHAdeMO charging standards and by registering with Fortum Charge & Drive India through its Mobile App.

Rajeev Chaba, president & managing director, MG Motor India. Said that with an aim to be the leader in the EV segment in India, we are pulling out all stops to ensure adequate charging infrastructure for our first EV customers.

“Our endeavour is to create a robust ecosystem for EVs, right from charging to end-of-life for electric vehicles in India and the installation of the first public fast charger is the first major step in this direction. The upcoming launch of the MG ZS EV is aligned with the government’s long-term objective to have more electric vehicles on the road in the next few years.”

Commenting on the occasion, Sanjay Aggarwal, Managing Director, Fortum India, said, that Fortum has the vision to make the world cleaner. And that it is happy to establish India’s first public charging network of 50 KW DC chargers in partnership with MG.

“We have already witnessed an uptake in the adoption of electric vehicles in the last one year through our existing charging network of 15/20 DC001 Chargers. This collaboration will further bolster this growth. As one of the key players, we are constantly evaluating the Indian market for charging infrastructure and will continue to give a pleasant charging experience to EV users through our partnership like one with MG.”

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Ayush Verma

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