On Thursday, on the occasion of world Electric vehicle day, to provide end-to-end EV charging solutions in all its residential and commercial projects across Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) and Pune, Macrotech Developers (Lodha) announced that it has partnered with Tata Power. These chargers will be attainable to all Lodha residents and visitors who are EV owners, informed in a press release.
“Installation and charging support will be provided for the electric vehicles along with 24×7 service, maintenance support, remote vehicle charging monitoring & e-payments through the EZ Charge mobile application by Tata Power. This partnership will enable Lodha residents’ access uniform and ubiquitous EV charging experience,” Lodha said in a statement.
The company further added that in this agreement Lodha reinforces its commitment towards a zero-carbon future, further encouraging its residents to embark on this path. Whereas Lodha group is pleased to partner with Tata Power.
President of Marketing and Corporate Communications of Lodha Group said, “Fighting climate change and holding fast to a sustainable framework has become essential. Our prominence on environmental sustainability has been noticeable in our design and operations for many years. We believe that creators and operators of the built environment have a huge responsibility to correct course and as leaders, we are committed to it through multiple initiatives. We care about our children – future generations deserve to be given better earth than what we inherited.”
Over 54,000 home chargers and over 600 public chargers in more than 120 cities in India Tata Power have boasted of a wide-ranging network. The company can be seen presented across all sections of the EV eco-system – public charging, captive charging, home, and workplace charging stations and has established all types of chargers including DC chargers as well as AC Chargers.
At state-run Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd (HPCL) outlets in cities and on highways, Tata Power had declared setting up electric vehicle (EV) charging stations in July.