BPCL Orders 2600 EV Chargers from Servotech
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BPCL Orders 2600 EV Chargers from Servotech

Servotech Power Systems has secured a significant order for 2600 electric vehicle (EV) chargers from Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited (BPCL) for the BPCL E-Drive Project. This substantial order underscores BPCL's commitment to expanding its electric vehicle charging infrastructure, aligning with the growing demand for sustainable and eco-friendly mobility solutions.

The order from BPCL positions Servotech as a key player in supporting the development of EV charging infrastructure in India. As the country progresses towards a cleaner and more sustainable transportation ecosystem, such large-scale orders for EV chargers play a vital role in shaping the infrastructure required for the widespread adoption of electric vehicles.

The BPCL E-Drive Project aims to enhance the accessibility and availability of EV charging stations, contributing to the overall growth of the electric mobility sector in India. The collaboration between BPCL and Servotech reflects the concerted efforts to build a robust and extensive EV charging network, supporting the nation's transition towards cleaner and greener transportation alternatives.

Servotech Power Systems has secured a significant order for 2600 electric vehicle (EV) chargers from Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited (BPCL) for the BPCL E-Drive Project. This substantial order underscores BPCL's commitment to expanding its electric vehicle charging infrastructure, aligning with the growing demand for sustainable and eco-friendly mobility solutions. The order from BPCL positions Servotech as a key player in supporting the development of EV charging infrastructure in India. As the country progresses towards a cleaner and more sustainable transportation ecosystem, such large-scale orders for EV chargers play a vital role in shaping the infrastructure required for the widespread adoption of electric vehicles. The BPCL E-Drive Project aims to enhance the accessibility and availability of EV charging stations, contributing to the overall growth of the electric mobility sector in India. The collaboration between BPCL and Servotech reflects the concerted efforts to build a robust and extensive EV charging network, supporting the nation's transition towards cleaner and greener transportation alternatives.

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