Maxson Lewis

Magenta Mobility Unveils PLENT With 12 Charging Outputs

Magenta Mobility, an Indian Electric Mobility and EV charging solution provider announced the launch of its groundbreaking product designed to meet the growing demand for safe, smart, and cost-optimal EV charging. According to Magenta, EV charger PLENT reduces the cost per charging point, especially for fleet operators and residential societies. The key feature is that […]

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Magenta ChargeGrid Crosses 100 Home EV Chargers Milestone in Delhi

Magenta ChargeGrid has successfully installed around 116 EV chargers under the Delhi government Single window scheme. The chargers have been installed in several locations of Delhi such as Munirka, Chattarpur, Jamia Nagar, Vasant Kunj, Dwarka, Rohini and more. Magenta has been empaneled by three DISCOMs of Delhi including BRPL, BYPL and TPDDL for a period of […]

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Magenta to set up EV chargers on Xavier Institute’s multiple campuses

Charge Point Operator (CPO) Magenta has tied up with Xavier Institutes (part of the Jesuit Educational Network) to install EV charging stations at their multiple educational campuses, beginning with the first EV charger installation at Mumbai’s Xavier’s Institute of Engineering Campus at Mahim. The charging station was inaugurated by Dr. HariBalaji N. IPS, Deputy Commissioner […]

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Fern Hotels and Resorts Partners With Magenta For EV Charging Across Properties

The Fern Hotels & Resorts, a leading hotel chain has tied up with Magenta, the fast expanding Indian Charge Point Operator (CPO) company, to install Electric Vehicle Charging Stations (EVCS) across all its properties in the country. Three of the company’s hotels in Lonavala, Karad and Bengaluru have already installed the EVCS. Magenta shall install, […]

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EV Solutions Firm Magenta Invests in EV Component Maker Axiom

Magenta, India’s homegrown integrated Electric Vehicle (EV) charging solutions company, has confirmed a significant investment into Axiom Energy Conversion Limited, one of India’s oldest EV component manufacturers, said an official statement. With the Magenta Axiom investment and partnership, plans are afoot to develop a greenfield manufacturing setup dedicated to EV powertrain components, including chargers, convertors, […]

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Magenta to Invest ₹250 Cr in Setting Up EV Mfg Plant in Tamil Nadu

Magenta, an Indian Charge Point Operator (CPO) company, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the State Government of Tamil Nadu to invest in building EV charging infrastructure in the state. Maxson Lewis, CEO and MD, Magenta, signed the MoU in the presence of the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu, M.K. Stalin, at the […]

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Magenta Sets Up 6 EV Charging Hubs in Bengaluru

Magenta, an Indian charge point operator (CPO) company, has set up 6 EV charging hubs for commercial fleet vehicles in Bengaluru, spreading them across key locations: BTM Layout, Kudlu, Jigani, Vijaya Bank Layout, Yeshwantpura, and Mahadevapura. With over 150 charging points, the EV charging hub is synced with the Magenta ChargeGrid smart app (available on IOS […]

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Magenta Strengthens Executive Team With Scott Pharr As Advisor

The Magenta Group of companies, the Mumbai based group with a strong presence in affordable renewable energy solutions, has been making big moves to grab opportunities in the changes the energy transition is driving. The firm has announced that Mr. Scott Pharr, Global Managing Director at Accenture, has joined the Magenta Board of Advisors, to […]

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Magenta Power Bags EPC Contract for Rooftop Solar Project in B’lore from HAL

Magenta Power, an HPCL-backed startup offering green energy solutions, has successfully won the rooftop solar power project for providing engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) services from Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd (HAL) in Bangalore, Karnataka. HAL is an Indian state-owned aerospace and defence company headquartered in Bengaluru. Commenting on the project win, Maxson Lewis, Managing Director, Magenta […]

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