Servotech Power Systems to supply 2,649 EV chargers to Bharat Petroleum

Servotech Power Systems to supply 2,649 EV chargers to Bharat Petroleum

Servotech Power Systems is a company that makes devices to charge electric cars. On 21 Nov 2023, they said that Bharat Petroleum Corporation, which is a big company that sells petrol and diesel, has ordered 2,649 of their devices. They did not say how much money they would get from this order.

“Servotech Power Systems Ltd, the leading manufacturer of EV Chargers in the country, has bagged 2,649 AC EV charger orders from Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd (BPCL),” it stated.

The company will play a major role in the widespread implementation of EV charging solutions, as stated in the statement, by manufacturing, supplying, and strategically installing 2,649 AC EV Chargers across the country and outfitting gas pumps in major Indian cities under the BPCL E-drive Project.

The range of EV chargers includes 3 kW and 7 kW for this project.

These AC chargers are already being manufactured and produced; the charger supply will commence on December 15 and be finished in three months.

In the past, Servotech Power Systems and BPCL collaborated to change the E-Mobility scene.

The company gave and set up 800 machines that can charge electric vehicles quickly. They did this in many places in the country for BPCL’s project that is called E-drive.

This initiative intends to establish e-mobility touchpoints that streamline transactions, enhance availability, facilitate discovery, and simplify navigation for EV users, ensuring convenient access to the EV charging network. It will supervise the installation, commissioning, and maintenance of AC EV chargers.

“Implementing these chargers will not only enhance the convenience of EV charging but will also contribute significantly to reducing the carbon footprint associated with transportation”.

said, Sarika Bhatia, Director of Servotech Power Systems

Servotech Power Systems, an NSE-listed company, uses its more than 20 years of experience and knowledge in the electronics industry to create tech-enabled EV charging solutions.