Adani, one of the largest players in the global energy market, has forayed into the Indian EV segment. The company is gearing up for the EV revolution in India with new charging stations. Adani Total Gas Limited (ATGL) is a joint venture between the Adani Group and the French energy company Total Energies SE.
The company has launched its first Electric Vehicle Charging Station (EVCS) in Ahmedabad. The EVCS, located at ATGL’s CNG station at Maninagar, Ahmedabad, will provide EV charging option. The company claims to provide “best-in-class fast charging technology and convenient to use digital platform”.
“The commencement of the EV business with the setting up of the first charging station in Ahmedabad is another milestone for Adani Total Gas in providing new green fuel options to the large consumer base in India, while timely recognizing an emerging business opportunity. Linked to our approach to present. Sustainable refueling solutions in all major cities and towns of India. Suresh P Mangalani, CEO, Adani Total Gas said.
The company aims to expand its network by setting up 1500 electric vehicle charging stations across the country. According to a statement from the company, it has put in place an expansion plan to grow beyond 1500 EVCS based on the demand and momentum building of the EV ecosystem in the country.
ATGL already has a wide network as a CNG retailer. This will benefit the electric mobility business. In a statement, ATGL claims, “The company has a strategic fit to venture into electric mobility and capture a significant portion of the rapidly growing EV market.”
Additionally, the company plans to work with Adani Group’s capability to generate renewable energy and leverage other group entities to provide better synergies. The company’s French partner TotalEnergies SE also offers a global experience in the EV infrastructure space.
First appeared on BGR India after the Adani Group announced 1500 EV charging stations across India.