Tata Power installs EV charging stations at Golden Park Hotel & Resort

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In a bid to promote electric vehicle (EV) adoption, Tata Power, India’s leading integrated power company, has set up two public charging stations at the Golden Park Hotel & Resort near Malda.

The new installations underline Tata Power’s unwavering commitment to fostering sustainable mobility and its alignment with the Government of India’s National Electric Mobility Mission Plan (NEMMP).

Located in mid Bengal on National Highway 34, the Golden Park Hotel & Resort serves as a gateway to Northeast India and is positioned strategically just 5km from Malda railway station. The EV charging stations, with capacities of 30 kW and 7.4 kW, are situated conveniently along the Kolkata-Siliguri highway, a major travel route.

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This development aligns with Tata Power’s conviction that the propagation of green and clean energy can make e-mobility a way of life for millions of Indians. Their continued investments in EV charging infrastructure form part of a wider strategy to achieve carbon neutrality or Net Zero by 2070, echoing India’s national commitment.

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Visitors at the Golden Park Hotel can use the Tata Power EZ Charge mobile app to locate the nearest charging stations. This innovative application has already been downloaded by over 1 lakh individuals in India, indicating a high level of engagement and interest in e-mobility solutions.

Tata Power’s existing EV infrastructure includes 4000+ public and semi-public charging points, 40,000+ home chargers for private usage, 250+ electric bus charging points, and a live EV charging network spanning over 550 cities across India. This robust network leverages the latest technology platforms to provide easy access to charging points for electric vehicle owners, demonstrating the company’s vision for a sustainable future.

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