Tata Power has more than 73,000 home chargers, 5,300+ public, semi-public, and fleet charging points, and 690+ bus charging stations…

Tata Power has made a notable stride towards sustainable mobility by transitioning over 1000 of its EV charging points in Mumbai to being powered by green energy. With over 10000 EVs and growing four-wheelers on the roads, Mumbai is rapidly embracing e-mobility. To support this growth, Tata Power is spearheading the development of an extensive EV charging infrastructure throughout the city. Currently, Mumbai is equipped with over 1000 green charging points out of which 44 are public, 385 are in residential societies, 58 are across commercial locations such as malls, hotels, workplaces, etc., and 531 are fleet charging points. Their presence at strategic locations ensures convenient access for EV owners.

Moreover, the network also extends along major highways, facilitating seamless intercity travel for electric vehicle users. Tata Power has been providing EV charging services to players like Everest, CAB-E and also has EV charging points at prominent residential societies like Rustomjee Oriana, Rustomjee Elanza, Lodha The Park, Kalpataru Pinnacle, Lodha Primero, The Reserve by Runwal across the city.

To encourage intercity travel along popular routes, Tata Power has installed over 19 fast charging points on the Mumbai-Pune highway and about 26 fast charging points on the Mumbai-Goa (via Pune) highway.

Tata Power’s dedication to enhancing nationwide EV charging accessibility is evident through its comprehensive network that spans over 475 cities and towns, offering a variety of charging solutions tailored to meet the needs of home users, public and semi-public, and bus fleets.

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