Hiranandani Group has entered an agreement with EVRE, electric vehicle charging and battery swapping solutions provider, to convert Hiranandani Estate and Properties, into an electric vehicle charging-enabled township, in Thane.
The condominium-style Hiranandani Estate township boasts over 200 buildings, including malls and residences near Mumbai spread over 350 acres.
Niranjan Hiranandani, MD, Hiranandani Group, told the media that their townships are leading in upgrading their amenities to profit the residents and occupants and that these townships are already international grade I township, and that they are continually seeking to upgrade further and make them.
EVRE, a Bengaluru-based startup, goes to install moderate AC and DC fast and slow charging points for both two-wheelers and four-wheelers, with operational charging points within the next few weeks.
Operated by Hiranandani for residents of the township, all the charging points are going to be integrated with the BLU Apps at the township, making the status of the charging infrastructure promptly accessible to them.
Offering public charging infrastructure in eight cities on the pay-per-use model, EVRE claims to be the country’s most prominent integrated charging infrastructure company that follows the EaaS (Energy-as-a-Service) model.
The long-term partnership will cover setting up a residential, public electric vehicle charging infrastructure owned, operated, and maintained by EVRE. The partnership profits the developer with the proposition of a zero-Capex model, where EVRE will conceptualise, plan, execute and maintained by EVRE.
The partnership profits the developer with the proposition of a zero-Capex model, where EVRE will conceptualise, plan, execute and maintain the charging infrastructure for its real estate partner to provide benefit to their residents and visitors.
The government already began encouraging automobile manufacturers to build up local production of electric vehicles to boost the number of zero-emission vehicles plying on Indian roads, decrease the country’s dependence on crude oil imports and curb vehicular pollution.