ElectricPe and NoBroker to jointly build 100,000 EV charging points this year





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With the government taking steps to increase the use of Electric Vehicles (EVs) in the country, many startups are coming forward hoping to make progress in this area. Many new companies are bringing electric two and three wheeler in the market. Again, many companies, large and small, have been involved in the development of EV charging infrastructure. This time, EV charger maker ElectricPe has tied up with NoBroker, a land buying and selling company. The two companies have jointly announced that by 2022, 1 lakh charging points will be installed in populated areas across the country.

Electric Cup and Nobreaker are expected to build over 5 million public charging stations across India in the next few months. Because many companies have entered in this field. Charging stations will be set up in several residential areas including residential and multi-storey residential welfare societies at NoBroker. As a result, you don’t have to go far to charge the electric car.

Consumers will also be able to pay their bills through the NoBrokerHood mobile app after charging instead of cash. Again, residents will see the location of the charging point in the Electric Cup app. You can book the charging slot according to you. With this app you can also apply for setting up of charging stations in private parking with the permission of Residential Welfare Association.

Saurabh Garg, Co-Founder, NoBroker, said: “We are delighted to be able to tie up with ElectricCup, as this will enable us to offer charging point service to our customers.” On the other hand, Avinash Sharma, Co-Founder and CEO, ElectricCop said, “We are working to build a large network of electric charging points in India as per the goal of the Government of India.






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