Ather Grid Partner Magenta ChargeGrid to Set Up EV Charging Infra Across India

Ather Grid, a leading electric two-wheeler fast-charging network, has signed a memorandum of understanding with Magenta Charge Grid, a leading EV charging player for installing Ather Grid for electric two-wheelers in various parts of the country.

The partnership will give Ather access to multiple Magenta ChargeGrid locations across India, helping to accelerate the expansion of the public charging network and the adoption of EVs in India.

Currently, Magenta ChargeGrid is expanding its charging network to 35-40 cities in India with the aim of setting up a network of about 11,000 chargers by the end of FY2023. This partnership with Magenta ChargeGrid will give Ather Grid access to premium locations across Indian Tier I, Tier II, and Tier III cities and highways, and provide extensive coverage for EV customers.

Nilay Chandra, VP – Charging Infrastructure and Marketing, Athar Grid said, “We understand that the growth and expansion of reliable charging infrastructure is important to facilitate EV adoption in India. The charging infrastructure segment is evolving rapidly, and we understand that collaborating with other charge point operators at this stage will help the industry grow on an indicative scale. We will lead the formation of this industry by working with the government on strategic partnerships in the position, standard cooperation of the connectors and policy formulation. ”

Speaking about the association, Maxon Lewis, Founder and MD, Magenta, said, “This collaboration with Athar Energy will further our vision and allow customers to access our network of smart and secure charging stations across the country and encourage uninterrupted EV adoption.” . This partnership approach will not only help Athar and other OEM players scale their network faster but also help them optimize the investment they need. “

Ather has partnered with charging operators such as Zion Charging and retail partners such as Decathlon, Cafe Coffee Day, Blue Tokai and 15 other brands. Currently, it has installed more than 330 fast charging ether grid points in 35 cities across the country. Over the next 3 years, Ather plans to install 5,000 fast chargers across India, and these strategic partnerships are a progressive step towards the goal.

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