Now, charge your EV at Select Citywalk mall in Delhi

By Divyank K. Bansal | on December 15, 2021 Follow us on Autox Google News

Charge City, a Delhi-based EV charging start-up, has tied up with Select Citywalk to install and operate two charging stations, to start with.

Select Citywalk, one of Delhi's leading shopping centres, has partnered with Delhi-based start-up Charge City to install and operate electric vehicle charging stations in its multi-level car park. To begin with, Charge City has installed two Type-2 AC charging stations of 22kW and 7.4kW capacities, for which, the hardware has been imported from a UK-based firm called EO Charging. Charge City claims these generic charging stations are compatible with all battery-powered cars currently on sale in India, ranging from the Tata Nexon EV to the Audi e-tron GT.

To use the charging stations, users simply need to download the Charge City smartphone application and complete the sign-up process. Once done, a user can then scan the QR code printed on the charger, plug in his/her vehicle, and begin charging. Once the charging session is complete, the user will receive a notification alert on his/her smartphone. Customers can then make the payment via the same app, which also allows them to locate other Charge City EV stations across Delhi NCR.

Sharing his thoughts on the announcement, Yogeshwar Sharma (Executive Director & CEO, Select Infrastructure Pvt Ltd.) said, '...the State and Central Government's continuous push to boost electric mobility in the country has propelled us to take this step. We are elated to collaborate with Charge City for setting up the EV charging stations at the shopping centre. We look forward to partnering with such initiatives for a more sustainable future.'

To this, Manekdeep Singh Ratra (Co-Founder – Charge City) added, 'We are proud to associate with Select Citywalk for the installation of electric vehicle charging stations...we believe that our Charge City stations will provide ease to retail customers who own electric vehicles in Delhi NCR. We also hope to create awareness and boost confidence among those looking to shift to the electric mobility revolution.'

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