EVRE to accomplish this milestone by collaborating with individual partners

EVRE is planning to set up 1000 tech-enabled EV charging hubs by the end of 2023. The aim is to serve EV fleets uniformly across the country. Having said that, these EV-fleets include EVs used for e-commerce, FMCG, passenger, and commercial EVs used for intracity and last-mile mobility. Moving on, the brand will accomplish this milestone in partnership with individual partners. Here, EVRE will be the technology enabler while the partners will own the hubs including land, charging stations, civil and electrical infra. In order to achieve this milestone, a total of Rs. 500 crores of cumulatively inclusive investment will be required.

“We at EVRE understand the precise requirements of a commercial EV driver and the e-fleet owners, and their need for seamless charging experience in tandem with their on-the-go schedule.  Our world-class EV fleet management solutions at EVRE Charging Hubs across the country are best-suited to meet the demands of large e-fleets and their drivers within the short window of these pit stops.  With 1,000 automated EV charging hubs, we aim to build the country’s largest technology-enabled EV charging ecosystem. The growth of the EV infrastructure ecosystem hinges on public participation across the ecosystem.  With this move, EVRE is enabling individuals to participate and contribute to the growth of the clean-mobility revolution, leading to faster EV adoption across the length & breadth of the country,” as commented by Krishna K Jasti, Co-Founder & CEO of EVRE.

Furthermore, EVRE is operating 50+ operationally-profitable hubs wherein the large hubs accommodate and charge 80 vehicles at the same time. Talking about the tech-enabled charging hubs, they will be standardized for fast & slow chargers, with an intelligent framework including telematics for real-time monitoring, dynamic load management solutions, smart-key management for unmanned management of fleets.

Besides these, the company will be integrating patented ComputerVision technology with its charging stations for a touch-free interface without any human intervention, need for OTPs, or scanning QR codes. These facilities will be available through the one-web dashboard and EVRE App for use by the e-fleet operator.

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Vyankatesh is currently associated with Mercedes-Benz Research and Development India Pvt. Ltd. (MBRDI) as Vice President


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