MG partners with Fortum to set up charging EV stations

MG Motor India and Fortum Charge and Drive India have undertaken the first step towards creating DC Fast Charging infrastructure (50 KW) in the country.

MG Motor India and Fortum Charge and Drive India have undertaken the first step towards creating DC Fast Charging infrastructure (50 KW) in the country. The carmaker announced a tie-up with Finland-based  Fortum to install the country’s first 50 KW DC fast-charging EV stations, ahead of the launch of its debut EV in India – the MG EZS global pure electric SUV.

Fortum will install 50 KW CCS/CHAdeMO DC fast public charging stations for electric vehicles across MG’s showrooms in five cities. Rajeev Chaba, President & Managing Director, MG Motor India, said, “The upcoming launch of MG eZs is aligned with the government’s long-term objective to have more electric vehicles on the road in the next few years.”

Sanjay Aggarwal, Managing Director, Fortum India, said, “We are happy to collaborate with one of the world’s leading automotive companies to bolster the adoption of EV which has been greatly promoted by Government by bringing out various enabling policy measures and guidelines.