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By next year, komaki will have 45000 charging stations across the country, costing 25 crores and work will start from July

New Delhi.
Komaki Charging Stations For Electric Two Wheeler:
The trend of electric vehicles has gained momentum in India and for this, electric two-wheeler companies are also making efforts to develop better infrastructure. Now in this endeavor, the Electric Vehicle Division of KLB Komaki, known for producing powerful and sporty EV two-wheeler vehicles, is all set to strengthen India’s EV infrastructure with state-of-the-art charging points across the country. An investment of Rs 25 crore will be made to install a total of 45,000 charging stations within 18 months starting from July 2022. The project is expected to be completed by the end of December 2023.

All needs will be met…
Komaki claims that this will be the largest P2P network with smart and user friendly features, which will be able to meet all the needs of EV owners. Komaki will offer its consumers two free choices of EV charging points on the purchase of electric vehicles. The larger point will be a multipurpose charge point for bikes, cars and three-wheelers, while the smaller point will be for electric two-wheelers and three-wheelers only. Consumers can install this charging point anywhere, outside their apartment, near commercial building, petrol pump or EV charging station. Any electric vehicle can be charged using these ports and the buyer who installs the port will also get a small margin of this profit. Testing is currently underway on this concept. Komaki aims to expand its EV charging network.

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Information will be found on the app
Ankita Sharma, Head of Sales and Marketing, Komaki Electric Division, has said that charging vehicles will no longer be difficult for EV users as Komaki has made it extremely easy through a simple 3 step-scan, pay and charge- . Now they can monitor the power consumption in their EVs through Energy Meter. This unique feature is included in every charging panel. Additionally, they can also locate their nearest charging point through the Komaki mobile app. There are other unique features of the P2P charging panel.

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