New Delhi: In collaboration with Nexus Malls, Statiq, India's leading EV charging network provider, has opened its first EV charging station at Nexus Amritsar Mall in Amritsar. Two quick EV DC Chargers of 60 KW each are included in the charging station, which may be used to charge any type of electric vehicle sold in India.
According to Statiq, cars can be charged up to 80% in around 40 minutes.
In 13 cities, including Chennai, Mumbai, Bangalore, Bhubaneswar, Ahmedabad, Amritsar, Navi Mumbai, Pune, Udaipur, Mangalore, Chandigarh, Mysore, and Indore, Statiq is introducing 17 EV Charging centres as part of this partnership.
In order to make it simple for customers to charge their electric two-wheelers, three-wheelers, and four-wheelers, each of these new charging hubs in the mall parking lots will include a combination of slow and fast chargers, according to the announcement.
In recent years, the holy city of Amritsar has also been transformed into a smart city. One of the most important and essential elements of the developing smart city ecosystem is a clean and carbon-free transportation system. It goes without saying that the construction of this charging station will make life much easier for the many EV users in the city and make their daily travel convenient and comfortable. At the same time, it would also inspire non-EV owners, assisting them in their decision to switch from mostly petrol and diesel-powered vehicles to electric ones. According to Akshit Bansal, co-founder, and CEO of Statiq, this is a significant step for a very polluted city like Amritsar in terms of also combating pollution.
We take pleasure in being the entertainment and recreational lifeblood of the places we operate in thanks to our entire excursion experience combining food, fun, entertainment, and shopping. People of all interests and inclinations may find a lively and colourful location in our Amritsar mall. With our collaboration with Statiq, we hope to contribute to the government's growing vision for the smart city, as well as enhance the mall-going experience of our EV-driving customers. According to Col. Mandeep Singh, Center Director of Nexus Amritsar, the provision for cleaner and greener mobility is a part of that futuristic outlook, and we are happy that by working with Statiq, we are doing our bit.
For its franchisees to set up and run an EV charging station for e-vehicles to satisfy their daily charging requirements, Statiq provides a commercially viable franchise business model. With the recent EV releases in India, there would be a chance for investors to participate in this cutting-edge EV charging industry and get a competitive edge. According to the press release, it plans to have roughly 20,000 charging stations by the end of the year.
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