Tata Power Renewable Energy Limited (TPREL), a subsidiary of the Company and one of India’s leading integrated renewable energy companies and electric vehicle charging service providers, continues to drive the nation’s transition towards e-mobility. TPREL has deployed over 850 charging points strategically positioned in key metropolitan areas.

Key highlights :

  • Over 2,300 electric buses are currently being powered through a network of over 850 bus charging points spanning across Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Ahmedabad, Goa, Jammu, and Srinagar.
  • This initiative aims to accelerate the adoption of e-mobility in public transportation. By collaborating with original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), e-mobility is being facilitated across more than 30 bus depots for State Transport Corporations such as DTC, BEST, BMTC, JSCL, SSCL, and BRTS-AJL.
  • This expansive pan-India bus charging infrastructure has resulted in the reduction of over 100,000 tonnes of tailpipe CO2 emissions.

These charging points are spread across 30 bus depots in prominent cities including Delhi, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Jammu, Srinagar, Dharwad, Lucknow, and Goa, facilitating the operation of more than 2300 public e-buses nationwide. This robust bus charging network has resulted in saving over 1 lakh tons of tailpipe CO2 emissions. Additionally, Tata Power has designed and constructed various bus depots across the country.

TPREL’s charging infrastructure features high-capacity fast chargers ranging from 180 to 240 KW, with an average charging time of 1 to 1.5 hours. These rapid charging capabilities meet the demanding operational requirements of public transport buses.

Delhi leads in e-bus presence with Tata Power’s EV Charging points, closely followed by Mumbai, Bengaluru, Ahmedabad, Jammu, and Srinagar. Tata Power supports e-mobility adoption, collaborates with OEMs, and aids state transport corporations.

They offer end-to-end charging infrastructure solutions, emphasize cost-effective design, and commit to achieving Net Zero emissions by 2040. Their ‘Sustainable Is Attainable’ movement promotes green energy solutions as part of a broader sustainability push.


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