MUMBAI :Tata Power Renewable Energy Limited (TPREL), a subsidiary of Tata Power providing electric vehicle (EV) charging services, has installed more than 140 charging points throughout Mumbai for both small and large EVs, an official announced on Monday. These charging points include those for BEST e-buses at various depots such as Backbay, Worli, Malvani, and Shivaji Nagar-Mankhurd.
TPREL continues to lead the country’s transition towards e-mobility by installing over 850 charging points in major metropolitan areas nationwide.“With charging points strategically located across over 30 bus depots in prominent cities such as Delhi, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Jammu, Srinagar, Dharwad, Lucknow, and Goa, Tata Power has enabled over 2300 public e-buses nationwide. This includes 360 e-buses in Mumbai alone,” the official said.
The extensive bus charging network has successfully contributed to a reduction of more than 1 lakh tons of CO2 emissions, effectively reducing pollution. An official at a charging station stated, “Tata Power Renewable’s charging infrastructure boasts of high-capacity fast chargers with a range of 180 – 240 KW with average charging time being of 1 to 1.5 hours. Rapid charging capabilities support the demanding operational needs of public transport buses.”
According to a media statement issued by the company, Delhi has the highest number of e-buses utilizing Tata Power’s EV charging points, closely followed by Mumbai, Bengaluru, Ahmedabad, Jammu, and Srinagar. “Tata Power is dedicated to promoting e-mobility adoption and is fostering synergies with various automobile manufacturers and enabling various state governments’ transport corporations,” the statement mentioned.
The company provides end-to-end solutions for charging infrastructure development, ensuring the best charging experience for their clients. This includes customized and cost-effective design solutions, timely execution, and comprehensive operation and maintenance services.
An official added, “In alignment with India’s Net Zero goals, Tata Power is committed to achieving Net Zero emissions by 2040. As a leader in the country’s green energy transition, Tata Power offers a comprehensive range of green energy solutions from Rooftop Solar, Home Automation, and Smart Metering to EV Charging, to promote the adoption of sustainable lifestyles.”



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