Statiq and Mahindra join forces to setup a charging network
To provide EV users with a strong, open, cost-effective, and dependable mobility network across the nation, Mahindra and Mahindra and Statiq have formed an e-mobility collaboration. In addition, the two businesses will work together on numerous e-mobility technology integration initiatives. The co-founder and CEO of Statiq, Akshit Bansal, stated that both businesses want to provide 4-wheeler EV charging options throughout the nation.
With this advancement, Statiq strengthens even further its intentions to be able to guarantee EV ecosystem consumers stress-free travel and the choice to constantly be charged.
A Statiq EV charging station will always be available, whether a person needs one in their town or city, on a long journey on the weekends or on a holiday. Statiq aims to create an end-to-end ecosystem for EV chargers. Thus, Statiq and EV manufacturer Ather recently established a partnership to improve the joint EV charging network in the northern states, with a focus on the NCR region. The next phase in Statiq's consolidation of its internal procedures is this appointment.
Veejay Nakra, President - Automotive Division, Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. Said, "Our partnership with Statiq will ensure robust EV infrastructure solutions for all our customers, in the most seamless manner. It will enable faster charging and wider reach through our extensive dealership network across the country.
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