Reliance BP Mobility To Build 24 EV Battery Swap Stations

The joint venture of Reliance Industries Ltd. (RIL) and UK’s energy firm BP Plc, Reliance BP Mobility Ltd. (RBML), as a part of its net-zero carbon target, has commenced the infrastructure development at all supply locations and started pilot testing of battery swap stations at over 24 select locations. RIL announced this development to further expand its network in its annual report of the fiscal year 2020-2021.

RMBL has started the franchisee onboarding process, as it aims to expand the company’s network portfolio up to 5,500 outlets over five years. Although, it has a network of 1,400 outlets as far as now, operating under the ‘Jio-bp’ brand. RBML will also include RIL’s aviation fuels business, currently operating at over 30 airports across India, to tap the potential of this rapidly growing market.

The RIL-BP venture will introduce solutions that go beyond fuel. With the sole purpose to become net-zero, RBML aspires to provide Indian consumers with advanced fuels with lower emissions, EV charging, and other low-carbon solutions over time. RBML is also committed to the decarbonization of its operations as well as that of its wider partner ecosystem.

Additionally, RBML plans to venture into the mobility space, to partner of fleet owners, truck drivers, private vehicle owners, and aviation business, proprietors.

This week, RBML also started diesel doorstep delivery service.  You can read the complete report here.

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Bhoomika Singh

Bhoomika is a science graduate, with a strong interest in seeing how technology can impact the environment. She loves covering the intersection of technology, environment, and the positive impact it can have on the world accordingly.

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