CESL ties up with IIT Bombay to set up EV charging infrastructure
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CESL ties up with IIT Bombay to set up EV charging infrastructure

The Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IIT-B) and the state-owned CESL signed a Letter of Association on Friday.

IIT-B to build charging stations for electric vehicles across the country.

Convergence Energy Services Ltd (CESL) is an Energy Efficiency Services Limited wholly-owned subsidiary.

Both parties will work together on technological advancements in the electric vehicle charging domain, including the development of flagship products, standardisation of technical specifications, solutions for meeting EV charging capabilities, and customised solutions for the Indian EV charging ecosystem, as part of this partnership.

Professor AM Pradeep, Associate Dean of Research & Development, IIT-B, and Mahua Acharya, MD and CEO, CESL, signed the Letter of Association (LoA).

Cultivating consumer confidence in electric vehicles requires a viable landscape with strong EV infrastructure, and CESL is proud to be at the forefront of initiatives to promote e-mobility in India. According to Acharya, the partnership with IIT-B will significantly improve the technological advancement of the EV charging infrastructure.

Professor Swaroop Ganguly, Department of Electrical Engineering, IIT-B said the partnership will foster and stimulate carbon reduction efforts in India, particularly in the transportation sector, in line with the country's global and domestic commitments.

CESL is committed to providing energy that is both clean and affordable.

Convergence Energy Services Limited (CESL) is a newly formed subsidiary of Energy Efficiency Services Limited, a state-owned joint venture of public sector companies under the Ministry of Power of India. CESL is committed to providing energy that is clean, affordable, and dependable. Convergence is interested in energy solutions that combine renewable energy, electric mobility, and climate change.

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The Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IIT-B) and the state-owned CESL signed a Letter of Association on Friday. IIT-B to build charging stations for electric vehicles across the country. Convergence Energy Services Ltd (CESL) is an Energy Efficiency Services Limited wholly-owned subsidiary. Both parties will work together on technological advancements in the electric vehicle charging domain, including the development of flagship products, standardisation of technical specifications, solutions for meeting EV charging capabilities, and customised solutions for the Indian EV charging ecosystem, as part of this partnership. Professor AM Pradeep, Associate Dean of Research & Development, IIT-B, and Mahua Acharya, MD and CEO, CESL, signed the Letter of Association (LoA). Cultivating consumer confidence in electric vehicles requires a viable landscape with strong EV infrastructure, and CESL is proud to be at the forefront of initiatives to promote e-mobility in India. According to Acharya, the partnership with IIT-B will significantly improve the technological advancement of the EV charging infrastructure. Professor Swaroop Ganguly, Department of Electrical Engineering, IIT-B said the partnership will foster and stimulate carbon reduction efforts in India, particularly in the transportation sector, in line with the country's global and domestic commitments. CESL is committed to providing energy that is both clean and affordable. Convergence Energy Services Limited (CESL) is a newly formed subsidiary of Energy Efficiency Services Limited, a state-owned joint venture of public sector companies under the Ministry of Power of India. CESL is committed to providing energy that is clean, affordable, and dependable. Convergence is interested in energy solutions that combine renewable energy, electric mobility, and climate change. Image Source Also read: CESL, Marriott International sign MoU to develop EV charging units

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