Tata Power expands EV charging network in Karnataka with over 220 charging points


Tata Power, one of India’s largest integrated power companies, continues to lead the charge in sustainable mobility in Karnataka. The company’s EZ Charge network now boasts over 220 electric vehicle (EV) charging points across the state, significantly contributing to Karnataka’s vision of clean and efficient transportation. With RFID card-enabled transactions, consumers can enjoy a seamless tap, charge, and go experience.

Strategic Locations and Accessibility

Tata Power’s charging points are strategically placed along major highways connecting key cities such as Bengaluru, Mangaluru, Davangere, and Mysuru. This network extends to popular tourist destinations like Chikmagalur and Coorg, making sustainable travel more accessible. Notable cities with an EZ Charge presence include Mangaluru, Mysuru, Hubli, Belgaum, Gulbarga, and Davangere. Chargers are also available at prominent public locations, ensuring easy access for electric vehicle users.

Tata Power expands its Karnataka EV charging network with over 220 charging points, enhancing sustainable mobility.

Tata Power expands its Karnataka EV charging network with over 220 charging points, enhancing sustainable mobility.

Focus on Bengaluru

Bengaluru, Karnataka’s capital, features over 150 Tata Power charging points. These are strategically positioned across key suburbs such as Devanahalli and Electronic City, minimizing charging distances and enhancing convenience for EV users. Tata Power’s commitment to sustainable mobility is evident through its extensive network in Bengaluru.

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Strategic Collaborations

Tata Power has forged impactful collaborations with builders and societies, including Brigade Gardenia and Divyashree Elan Homes (RWA). These partnerships extend to key commercial complexes, forming a comprehensive charging network in Karnataka. Additionally, collaborations with renowned entities like Decathlon and Titan further strengthen Tata Power’s position in the state’s EV charging landscape.

Supporting Karnataka’s EV Vision

Aligned with Karnataka’s forward-thinking approach to electric mobility, Tata Power is dedicated to fulfilling the state government’s visionary objectives. By strategically placing charging points in key locations, Tata Power facilitates growing EV adoption and significantly contributes to Karnataka’s leadership in EV adoption in India.

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Tata Power’s National Footprint

Tata Power stands at the forefront of the electric vehicle charging domain, with a nationwide presence. The company has established an extensive EZ Charge network across 530 cities and towns, featuring 86,000 home chargers, 5,300 public charging points, and 850 bus-charging stations.

These chargers are strategically located along prominent highways and diverse locations such as hotels, malls, offices, hospitals, and residential complexes, playing a pivotal role in accelerating e-mobility adoption across the country.

Tata Power’s strategic expansion of its EV charging network in Karnataka underscores its commitment to sustainable mobility and aligns with the state’s vision for clean transportation. By enhancing accessibility through strategic placements and impactful collaborations, Tata Power not only supports the growing adoption of electric vehicles but also strengthens its position as a leader in the EV charging domain.

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Key Points of the Expansion

1. Extensive Network:

– Over 220 charging points across Karnataka.

– RFID card-enabled transactions for seamless charging.

2. Strategic Locations:

– Chargers located along major highways between Bengaluru, Mangaluru, Davangere, and Mysuru.

– Presence in popular tourist destinations like Chikmagalur and Coorg.

– Deployment at prominent public locations such as Taj, Park, Oberoi, Gokulam Hotels, Tata Croma, and Tanishq.

3. Bengaluru Focus:

– More than 150 charging points in Bengaluru.

– Key suburbs covered, including Devanahalli and Electronic City.

4. Collaborations:

– Partnerships with builders and societies like Brigade Gardenia and Divyashree Elan Homes (RWA).

– Strategic collaborations with entities like Decathlon and Titan.

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