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Last updated: Feb 2020 by Narasimhan Santhanam

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The comprehensive set of vendors and solution providers for the EV charging stations – both turnkey solution providers, as well as component/specific solution providers, are mentioned below.

                                                                        Technology Providers                                                                                           
International                          Indian                                 
Bosch Exicom
ABB Mass Tech Controls
Schneider ACME
Panasonic Elektronika
Black & Veatch Magenta
Tata Power
Ever Power
Sema Connect
Amplify Mobility
Amper Data

Charging Infrastructure Service providers – Established Companies

Company Highlights
ABB India The global leader in engineering and energy offers EV charging infrastructure for the Indian market
Tata Power This company, part of India’s most prominent business group, offers electric charging station infrastructure
Fortum The pioneering Finnish firm is offering complete EV charging infrastructure for the Indian market
ACME The company is a Li-ion battery maker as well as provides charging solutions through charging stations and battery swapping offering
Lithion Power The company provides a battery charging solution through its “Battery as a Service” battery swapping service
Hero Future Energies The company, a prominent independent power producer, plans to set up EV charging stations across the country
BHEL The power plant engineering leader intends to provide complete solutions for India’s e-mobility ecosystem – batteries, motors and charging stations, among others
Elcom International Pvt. Ltd. The company makes a range of charging systems for EVs
Volvo Bus Corporation The company manufactures Electric Buses and their charging infrastructures based on their application
Crompton Greaves A leading engineering group, the company offers electric motors for the EV industry and also plans to offer solutions in the electric vehicles charging stations
Exide Industries The company is a leader in lead acid batteries
BHEL The power plant engineering leader intends to provide complete solutions for India’s e-mobility ecosystem – batteries, motors and charging stations, among others
Elcom International Pvt. Ltd. The company makes a range of charging systems for EVs

Indian Charging Infrastructure Service providers – Startups

Charging and swapping infrastructure


Name of company                                                        City                                   Founded 

Amplify Mobility Hyderabad 2017
BatteryPool Pune 2018
Bright Blue Mumbai 2018
Cellerite Systems Hyderabad 2017
Charge My Gaadi Delhi 2018
Charge+ zone Vadodara 2018
Cotzero Energy Bangalore 2018
DrivAmp Bangalore 2016
E Charge Bays Delhi 2018
EV Motors Delhi 2016
EV Urjaa Indore 2019
EVQPoint Bangalore 2017
Lithion Power Delhi 2017
Midgard Electric Bangalore 2019
Numocity Bangalore 2018
Powerlogix Electro Systems Lucknow 2017
Pulse Charge Mumbai 2011
SNEL charge Delhi 2018
Sun Mobility Bangalore 2016
Volttic / Tesvas Delhi 2019

The NITI Ayog plan will act as a key driver for the EV chargers business going forward

Based on the NITI Ayog plan, the Ministry of Power has already undertaken several leads in pushing the EV Infrastructure initiatives through its various PSU companies, such as

  • National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) – plans for setting up 100,000 EV charging stations in India
  • Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd (power equipment PSU) plans to make batteries in India using the Lithium technology developed by ISRO
  • Energy Efficiency Services Ltd (EESL – a national ESCO company, experienced in the large tendering process) has already issued tenders to source 10,000 EV and about 4,000 EV chargers in India
  • Rajasthan Electronics (I) Ltd, (REIL) – plans to set up 200 charging stations in Delhi, Jaipur, and Chandigarh

Each of these initiatives will help set the basic infrastructure and bring in interest from the private players as well; already many announcements have been made by various private players

  • Tata Power has a set up a pilot project of EV charging and is likely to install more in future
  • Mahindra along with Ola has been setting up EV charging stations so far and will continue to be aggressive about this
  • Fortum India, Finland’s Utility firm, plans to enter and set up nationwide EV Charging stations
  • Lithium Urban, an EV feet firm has plans to set up 60 charging stations. Each of these initiatives will be key drivers for the EV charging business going forward

List of EV Charging Stations in Hyderabad

  1. PGCIL electric vehicles charging station (Nadigadda Tanda, Miyapur, Hyderabad, Pincode: 500049)
  2. HPCL electric vehicles charging station (Madhura Nagar Colony, Gachibowli, Hyderabad, Pincode: 500032)
  3. Fortum electric vehicles charging stations
  4. Hyder Nagar, Ramnaresh Nagar, Hyderabad, Pincode: 500090
  5. Chikoti Gardens, Old Patigadda, Chikoti Gardens, Begumpet, Hyderabad, Pincode: 500016
  6.  Rd Number 1, Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad, Pincode: 500033
  7.  Raj Bhavan Rd, Raj Bhavan Quarters Colony, Somajiguda, Hyderabad, Pincode: 500082
  8.  Maruthi Nagar, Attapur, Hyderabad, Pincode: 500264
  9.  Survey Colony, Industrial Development Area, Uppal, Hyderabad, Pincode: 500039

List of EV Charging Stations in Bangalore:

  • There are totally 19 active charging stations in Bangalore out of which are eight DC Fast Charging stations.
  • Ather Energy plans to set up 60 charging points by the end of 2019.
  • In a bid to popularize the use of electric vehicles (EV) in the city, the state government has taken forward the process of setting up 112 charging stations. Of the 112 stations, 12 are (direct charging) DC charging stations and the remaining are AC stations that were to be ready by October or November 2019.

List of EV Charging Stations in Chennai

  • There are a total of 18 active charging stations in Chennai out of which are 3 DC Fast Charging stations.
  • Ather Energy plans to set up 55 charging points by the end of 2019.
  • ReVolt’s Electric Vehicle has 8 charging outlets in Chennai.

A few other good links

  1. U.S. and Chinese Electric Vehicle Policies – EV Policy Comparison for United States & China
  2. Indian Electric Vehicle Market Entry Strategy – Recommendations for Different Types of Investors
  3. India EV Strategy & Trends in Indian Transport and Energy Ecosystem – MRTS, BS VI, Biofuels
  4. Cost Components for Setting Up an EV Charging Station – AC, DC Fast Charging – Hardware, Software, Permits…
  5. EV Charging Station Installation & O&M Costs for India – Normal AC Charging, Fast DC Charging


Know more on the EV charging ecosystem in India from: Components of EVSE | Bharath DC001 | Bharat AC001 | EVSE Growth Trends | Battery Swapping Growth Trends | EVSE Cost components | EVSE installation costs | Battery swapping in India | Indian EVSE Stakeholders | Charger Standards | Current Indian EVSE status | EVSE ChallengesEVSE during 2020-2030 |

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About Narasimhan Santhanam (Narsi)

Narsi, a Director at EAI, Co-founded one of India's first climate tech consulting firm in 2008.

Since then, he has assisted over 250 Indian and International firms, across many climate tech domain Solar, Bio-energy, Green hydrogen, E-Mobility, Green Chemicals.

Narsi works closely with senior and top management corporates and helps then devise strategy and go-to-market plans to benefit from the fast growing Indian Climate tech market.


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