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Electric Vehicle Charging Stations in Pune
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Published on 30th Mar 21

Pune, formerly called Poona is a city in the midwestern part of Maharashtra, located at the confluence of the Mula and Mutha rivers. You must have known Pune as the "Dean Queen". For Marathi people, Pune is their cultural capital city. Pune is also famous in Oxford of the East due to the presence of many educational institutions and infrastructure here. The city has become the fastest growing and most developed centre of education in recent times, with about half of the foreign students studying in Pune. Pune is the fifth largest metropolitan economy after cities like Delhi and Mumbai and has the country's sixth-largest per capita income. The major industries and hubs established here are education, manufacturing, and information technology (IT). For over 60 years, Pune has been a hub for German companies. The city is ideal for well-planned, and cost-effective urban planning. Pune is divided into several cities and residential areas to improve the efficiency of the city and meet the growing needs of the population. Pune has well-planned and well-connected transport links and a variety of modes of transport including metro, bus, train, and road, which reduce traffic congestion. The city plans to create a multifunctional public transport system that will be connected to a fully developed public transport infrastructure. Cities and towns can be divided into two parts by road and rail but buses are their preferred form of public transportation. Pune has convenient roads, railways, and air routes that make it easier for cities to connect with national and international destinations.

Kinetic Green Plans of Pune plans to invest 3 billion rupees in electric vehicles

Minister Aditya Thackeray, who is a champion of green initiatives and the driving force behind the new Maharashtra EV Policy, recently visited the company to assess the potential and guide for further growth in the sector. Kinetic Green is a pioneer of electric vehicles, offering a wide range of electric vehicles, including a range of intelligent passenger electric vehicles and products such as E3W, E2W, and E4W. The company is at the forefront of Kinetic House's innovative EV products. Kinetic Green has a strong government-recognized R&D centre that specializes in the design and development of reliable and affordable electric vehicles. Founder and CEO of Kinetic Green Sulajja Firodia Motwani said that Kinetic Green is planning to invest Rs 3 billion in electric vehicle factories in Ahmed Nagar and Pune. Maharashtra to develop and expand production facilities for electric bicycles, two-wheel electric vehicles, and golf cars models in the coming years.

What EV charging station companies will you find in your city?

1. Tata Charging Station

2. Okinawa Charging Station

3. Aarna Motors EBIKE Pune

4.  Kazam EV Charging Station

5. Chintamani Auto E-Vehicle

6. Charge India

Here is a list of charging stations that you can use:

Instead of generating revenue, Pune Mahanagar Parivahan Mahamandal Ltd (PMPML) will install private electric vehicle charging stations at Pune and Pimpri-Chinchwad stations. The project aims to enable cities to use electric vehicles faster by providing a safe, affordable, and approachable infrastructure. They provide enough space and infrastructure to support public transport. This means we currently have 150 electric buses, with another 500 coming soon. Government agencies also work with the private sector and agencies to hire them to take responsibility for setting tax points and operating and maintaining stations for this purpose.

1. Tata Power Charging Station

Address: Wable Wasti, Sai Satyam Park, Wagholi, Pune, Maharashtra 412207

The company installed the first public DC high-speed toll station in Mumbai in 2017 to help manage the distribution of electric vehicles. To date, we have implemented EV cost solutions in 40 cities including Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Pune, and Hyderabad. Tata Power EV ecosystem is expanding in many cities in India. TATA power is the company's safest and most secure electric vehicle charging network which includes 1) different cost standards and specifications, 2) different electric vehicle manufacturers and models, 3) public electric vehicle cost, electric vehicle cost, and more. It also supports multiple-use issues and analyzes costs for electric vehicle charging stations for homes and business premises. Search on Google Maps for more TATA EV charging stations in Pune.

2. Kazam Charging Station

Address: Shop no.D, Sai Heritage Society,, Near MediPoint Hospital, 4, Baner Link Road, near medipoint hospital, Aundh, Pune, Maharashtra 411007

The Kazam 3.3 KW charger is affordable, IoT enabled, weather-resistant, SIM or Wifi based, and with 3 Pinpoint 16A Socket Charger. Kazam provides customized solutions for manufacturing units, retail, and various other departments and industries. The Kazam charger type is AC charger for E2W, E3W, E4W, and DC charger for E4W. The company's products are made in India purely and are suitable for Indian customers who want to shift from traditional vehicles to green vehicles. All electric bicycles, electric scooters, electric bikes, and electric cars can be charged with Kazam chargers. 

3. Ather Grid Charging Station

Address: Mohite Paradise, Anand Nagar, Pune, Maharashtra 411051

Ather Chargers are fast DC chargers that charge your EV up to 80% at a speed of 1.5 km/min. It has an automatic identity verification function, which recognizes your vehicle and starts charging your vehicle once connected to Ather chargers automatically. It also provides remote monitoring functionality wherever you are, you can track the charge status through the Ather app. Electric vehicles that can charge with 5A chargers can be easily charged with these chargers. You can use the dedicated AtherGrid app to discover, test, and locate any GridPoint.

Things to know before buying an electric car

1. You need to determine which electric vehicle model to buy.

2. Some models of electric vehicles have cons also

3. The announced autonomy is not real autonomy

4. Eco-driving promotes autonomy

5. Autonomy is seriously reduced in winter

6. Lithium-ion polymer batteries are more resistant to cold

7. The autonomy of electric vehicles is gradually increasing

8. A range extender so you only have one vehicle at home

9. Maximum power of the terminal and effective charging power

10. Do you have enough Hotels, restaurants, campsites, and shopping centres equipped with terminals?

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