Servotech bags Rs 1.2 bn order from BPCL for 1,800 EV Charging Stations
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Servotech bags Rs 1.2 bn order from BPCL for 1,800 EV Charging Stations

Servotech Power Systems (SPSL) announced that it has successfully secured an Rs 1.2 billion order from Bharat Petroleum Corporation (BPCL) for the installation of 1,800 fast EV charging stations across diverse locations in India. The project encompasses two charger variants, 60 kW and 120 kW, with Servotech expressing its commitment to completing the venture by the year's end.

In an official statement, SPSL revealed that it has clinched an order for 1,800 DC fast EV charging stations from BPCL, with a total order value of Rs 1.2 billion.

"Our collaboration is geared towards establishing a dynamic EV charging network, making EV charging easily accessible for owners across the nation. By deploying cutting-edge DC Fast EV chargers, we aspire to play a crucial role in realising India's ambitious objectives in the E-Mobility sector, bringing the country closer to its vision of becoming an EV-powered nation," stated Sarika Bhatia, Director of Servotech Power Systems.

Servotech Power Systems specialises in the development of technology-driven EV charging solutions.

Servotech Power Systems (SPSL) announced that it has successfully secured an Rs 1.2 billion order from Bharat Petroleum Corporation (BPCL) for the installation of 1,800 fast EV charging stations across diverse locations in India. The project encompasses two charger variants, 60 kW and 120 kW, with Servotech expressing its commitment to completing the venture by the year's end. In an official statement, SPSL revealed that it has clinched an order for 1,800 DC fast EV charging stations from BPCL, with a total order value of Rs 1.2 billion. Our collaboration is geared towards establishing a dynamic EV charging network, making EV charging easily accessible for owners across the nation. By deploying cutting-edge DC Fast EV chargers, we aspire to play a crucial role in realising India's ambitious objectives in the E-Mobility sector, bringing the country closer to its vision of becoming an EV-powered nation, stated Sarika Bhatia, Director of Servotech Power Systems. Servotech Power Systems specialises in the development of technology-driven EV charging solutions.

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