Friday, December 8, 2023
HomeAll India NewsTATA Power Inks Deal to Boost EV Charging in Guwahati with Assam...

TATA Power Inks Deal to Boost EV Charging in Guwahati with Assam Govt

- Advertisement -

Tata Power’s subsidiary, Tata Power EV Charging Solutions Limited (TPEVCSL), has joined hands with the Assam Government to bring electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure to Guwahati. 

The collaboration, formalized through a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), aims to enhance the adoption of electric vehicles in the region. As part of this initiative, Tata Power plans to install ten advanced EV chargers at strategic locations across Guwahati, including high-traffic areas like Dispur.

TATA Power & Assam Govt enter into a MOU

The MoU signing ceremony witnessed the presence of Assam’s Hon’ble Transport Minister, Excise & Fisheries Shri. Parimal Suklabaidya, alongside other government officials. This partnership underscores Tata Power’s commitment to sustainable and eco-friendly mobility, aligning with the Assam Government’s vision to promote environmentally-conscious transportation solutions and electric vehicle usage in the region.

- Advertisement -

Also Read | India’s Electric Vehicle Adoption Drive a Success

TATA Power & Assam Government Positive on the Collaboration

Shri. Parimal Suklabaidya, the Hon’ble Transport Minister of Assam, expressed his enthusiasm for the collaboration, stating, “Our partnership with Tata Power, a prominent leader in the electric charging sector, reflects our shared commitment to sustainability and improving the lives of Assam’s citizens. This initiative not only ensures cleaner and more sustainable transportation but also contributes to a better quality of life for our people.”

Mr. Virendra Goyal, Head of Business Development (EV Charging) at Tata Power, highlighted the company’s strategic approach to charger deployment in Assam, aimed at mitigating range anxiety and promoting EV adoption. He stated, “We are diligently exploring distinctive locations for charger deployment to support the growth of electric mobility in Assam. Tata Power is resolute in its mission to become a prominent player in this transformative sector. We are excited to collaborate with the Assam Government and actively support their e-mobility initiatives.”

- Advertisement -

TATA Power’s EV charging Infra for a sustainable Guwahati

As Assam’s natural beauty meets modern transportation, this collaboration signifies a significant step towards a cleaner and more sustainable future for the region. Tata Power has already established itself as a leader in the electric vehicle charging sector, with a substantial market share of nearly 60%. Their nationwide network spans over 420 cities, offering a wide range of charging solutions, including home chargers, public charging points, and bus charging stations. This network continues to expand, emphasizing Tata Power’s unwavering commitment to improving electric vehicle charging accessibility throughout India.

Also Read | India’s First Green Hydrogen Bus Flagged off in New Delhi

About Tata Power

Tata Power, one of India’s largest integrated power companies, boasts a diverse power portfolio, including renewable and conventional sources, transmission & distribution, and trading. With a focus on clean energy, Tata Power is actively involved in solar, wind, hydro, and waste heat recovery projects, accounting for a significant portion of its energy generation. The company also has successful public-private partnerships in generation, transmission & distribution, and is dedicated to sustainable energy development, including rooftop solar, microgrids, EV charging infrastructure, and more.

- Advertisement -

Tata Power’s long history of technological advancements, project execution excellence, safety measures, and green initiatives positions it for significant growth as an integrated solutions provider. The company remains committed to lighting up lives for generations to come.

For more information, visit

Also Read | NTPC REL to setup Green Hydrogen Projects for Indian Army in Ladakh

- Advertisement -

Leave a Reply

- Advertisment -

Most Popular