MG motors partners with BPCL to boost EV segment

MG Motor India entered into a partnership with Bharat Petroleum Corporation (BPCL). In order to expand its EV charging infrastructure and development and enhance the adoption of ‘green mobility’.


MG is a British automotive marque founded by Cecil Kimber in the 1920s, and M.G. Car Company Limited was the British sports car manufacturer that made the marque famous. Recently, MG Motor India entered into a partnership with Bharat Petroleum Corporation (BPCL). In order to expand its EV charging infrastructure and development.

Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited is an Indian government-owned oil and gas explorer and producer. It is under the ownership of Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas, Government of India.

With this, MG Motor India becomes the first passenger car company to tie up with BPCL to rapidly enhance the adoption of ‘green mobility’.

MG Motors India build sustainable future

Rajeev Chaba, President and Managing Director, MG Motor  commented. “The key to a successful transition to electric mobility is a robust EV ecosystem. MG has been at the forefront of the development of a strong EV ecosystem. Since the launch of the ZS EV in 2020. Along with our ecosystem partners, we are working to create a vast network of EV charging stations, in addition to battery recycling & battery second life solutions for end-to-end sustainability for electric vehicles.”

“Furthermore, our customers also benefit from the unique 6-way charging ecosystem that makes using an EV every day much easier. Our partnership with BPCL is yet another step to strengthening the EV charging infrastructure in India to energize and enhance customer confidence in EVs. BPCL’s strong presence and vast network in India will ensure that existing and prospective customers across the country have convenient access to charging solutions. We aim to further expand the opportunities of charging an EV and educate consumers on the environmental benefits of the same.”

BPCL adds to “green mobility”

Arun Kumar Singh, chairman and MD, BPCL said. “Sustainable consumption is the present and future. As we move into the era of mass electric mobility. BPCL is at the forefront of addressing the three big anxieties amongst electric vehicle owners (range anxiety, time anxiety, and discovery anxiety) in order to build consumer confidence in EVs.”

BPCL is now developing fast-charging platforms. Which will obviously modernize India with the US making EV a wanted  choice. Moreover, across major national highways which connect major cities of commerce and transport. And these electric hubs forecast to have a network of 7,000 convenient located fast-charging stations. Thus, in the country in the next 2-3 years.

India will indeed see EV as its future in the automobile industry and a sustainable future. Lest, Petrol, Diesel, CNG and other non-renewable energy sources could see a decline. Both in usage as well as reducing pollution and inflation of price indexes.