Exicom installs 5,000 EV charging stations in India



Exicom today announced that it has installed 5,000 EV charging stations across 200 cities in India. The company has achieved this milestone by installing a 200 kW charger for Tata Power at the DTC (Delhi Transport Commission) depot in Delhi.
Approximately 3600 AC and 1400 DC fast chargers have been installed in multiple locations, such as fleet operators, bus depots, public charging stations, households and residential communities, the company said.
On this achievement, Anant Nahata, MD and CEO of Exicom Group added, “ We are immensely proud to achieve first of our many milestones in such a short span of time. Deployment of 5000 EV chargers across the country, is just a stepping stone towards achieving the bigger vision of supporting charging network for EVs in India with products that are future proof, reliable and are industry leading in terms of performance.”
Exicom chargers are used to charge four-wheeler electric vehicles from niche automakers such as Audi, MG Motors, Audi and more. The brand has its manufacturing facility located in Gurugram, Haryana. Moreover, it is intending to establish a new greenfield production unit by 2023 to multiply its output by roughly three times. In FY23, Exicom expects to install over 20,000 EV charging facilities abroad.
According to the Federation of Automobile Dealers Associations (FADA) report, EV sales in India grew 296% to 2,352 units in February 2022. From October 2021 till date, around 940 public EV charging stations have been installed in Bengaluru, Chennai, Delhi, Ahmedabad, Kolkata, Pune, Surat, Hyderabad and Mumbai out of 1,640.


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