NoBroker and ElectricPe will set up 1,00,000 charging points for electric vehicles this year

The alliance would envisage the deployment of charging stations in shared flats, apartments, condominiums and stand-alone buildings

The alliance would envisage the deployment of charging stations in shared flats, apartments, condominiums and stand-alone buildings

Bengaluru
NoBroker, a proptech company, has partnered with charging platform ElectricPe to roll out 1,00,000 residential electric charging points across the country this year. The alliance would envisage the deployment of charging stations in shared flats, apartments, condominiums and standalone buildings to provide residents with easy access to charging points for electric vehicles. “The lack of charging infrastructure has been a major hurdle to EV adoption in the country,” said Saurabh Garg, co-founder and CBO of NoBroker. “Through this partnership, ElectricPe charging points will be made available to residents and visitors, giving a boost to clean, affordable and smart electric mobility. All at the touch of a button.” Avinash Sharma, co-founder and CEO of ElectricPe, said his company is working to ensure a dense network of charging points to meet the country’s optimistic vision for electric mobility. “Through strong partnerships like this, we hope to bridge the infrastructure gap currently facing the country by bringing charging infrastructure to consumers’ doorsteps,” added Mr. Sharma. The country is expected to have over 5 million public charging stations by 2025, with multiple players working to build charging infrastructure.

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