Tata AutoComp Finds Partner to set up EV Charging Stations in India

Tata AutoComp Finds Partner to set up EV Charging Stations in India

Tata AutoComp Systems has signed an MoU with Tellus Power Green to supply AC and DC Fast Chargers for the entire range of electric vehicles in India.

Tata AutoComp India

Tata AutoComp Systems, a leading auto-component conglomerate in India has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with USA based DC charging infrastructure company Tellus Power Green to supply AC and DC Fast Chargers for the entire range of electric vehicles (EV) – Two Wheelers, Three Wheelers, Passenger Vehicles and Commercial Vehicles in India.

Arvind Goel, MD, Tata Autocomp Systems said that as part of the Tata Group initiative, Tata AutoComp has been planning a significant play in providing systems and components for Electric Vehicles, as well as provide enabling systems for establishing charging infrastructure. Tata AutoComp has already established joint ventures for providing Electric Driveline as well as Battery Packs for Passenger Cars, Commercial vehicles as well as fast-developing two-wheelers and three-wheelers in India.

“Tata AutoComp and Tellus will now provide various sizes of AC chargers from 3 kW to 11kW for home and residential complexes as well as DC Fast Chargers from 20kW to 300kW to meet the needs to charge various types of vehicles in public places such as office and commercial parking lots, convenience public charging stations within cities as well as highways, dedicated depots for commercial vehicles, etc. to name a few. This arrangement is another step in fulfilling the strategic intent of Tata AutoComp to provide ‘Charge to Drive’ solutions for the electric vehicles,” he said.

The firms’ offerings in the emerging EV segment now include Motors, Controllers, Integrated Drivetrain (Integrated Motor, Inverter, and Reducer), Battery Pack, BMS, Battery Thermal Management System, Batter Cooling Plates, Inverter Cooling modules, Chillers, E- Compressors, Radiators as well as EV Chargers required to charge the electric vehicle.

“For our Tellus Power Green brand, which is recognised and consolidated throughout many countries worldwide, this partnership with a company like Tata AutoComp Systems will further strengthen its existing presence in India. As a team, we are hoping for a significant contribution to the Fame II initiative by the government of India. Tellus Power Green has been part of many clean energy initiatives globally is a leader in electric mobility markets. Thanks to this alliance we can achieve the promotion of Electric mobility in an efficient way and benefit more countries internationally,” said Randhir Reddy, Global CEO of Tellus Power Green.

In May, we had reported that in line with Tata Group’s ambition of expanding into e-mobility space via group companies, utility giant Tata Power had disclosed its substantial investment plan of expanding its network of smart electric vehicle (EV) charging points to around 700 by FY21. “As part of its plans to help the EV migration in India, Tata Power will be investing substantially to expand its network of smart EV charging points from around 170 now to over 700 by end of the current financial year under the Brand name of Tata Power EZ Charge,” the firm had issued in a statement.

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Ayush Verma

Ayush is a staff writer at saurenergy.com 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 iamrenew.com.