Battery maker and energy storage supplier Okaya said the company has installed more than 500 electric vehicle charging stations in India. It also aims to install around 10,000 charging stations for electric vehicles in the near future.
From Li-ion to solar, Okaya specializes in manufacturing different types of batteries. However, the company’s EV charging solutions are also impressive. Its portfolio of EV charging solutions includes portable EV chargers, wall-mounted AC chargers, DC fast chargers, on-board chargers and much more.
Okaya may be a major supplier of electric vehicle charging stations in India
According to the report, the company is fully dedicated to making India a zero emission country. Okaya said he supports the government’s vision to switch from 40% of the country’s vehicles to electricity by 2030.
Anshul Gupta, the director of Okaya Power Ltd. said: “As one of the largest providers of electric vehicle charging stations in India, we are fully committed to accelerating the transition to electric vehicles through our continuous efforts.. “
Additionally, he said their orders are growing rapidly and the company is eager to capture a larger share of the market.
In September, the company ad its partnership with BluSmart Electric Mobility for the same cause. BluSmart Electric is one of the largest 100% electric fleet operators in India. It provides customers with reliable urban mobility solutions. Okaya aims to strengthen EV charging infrastructure and provide world-class facilities through this collaboration.
In addition, Okaya has also entered into a collaboration with the largest four-wheeled vehicle fleet operator in India, Prakriti E-Mobility Pvt. Ltd. earlier this year. Okaya said he would provide more EV chargers for Prakriti’s fleet operations.
Thus, we can say that Okaya has shown some drive and dedication regarding the EV charging infrastructure in India. If it continues to provide the service, we hope it will be one of the leading providers of electric vehicle charging stations in the country.
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