Tata Power Installs 1,000 Green Energy EV Charging Points in Mumbai


Tata Power announced the successful installation of more than 1,000 electric vehicle (EV) charging stations in Mumbai, all powered by renewable energy sources. The company also revealed its strategy to gradually expand this green energy initiative, aiming to add 4,000 additional charging points across Maharashtra in stages.

At present, Mumbai hosts a network of over 1,000 environmentally friendly charging stations. Among these, 44 are accessible to the public, 385 are situated within residential complexes, 58 are strategically located in commercial areas like malls, hotels, and workplaces, while 531 are designated for fleet charging purposes.

“With over 10,000 EVs and growing four-wheelers on the roads, Mumbai is rapidly embracing e-mobility. To support this growth, Tata Power is spearheading the development of an extensive EV charging infrastructure throughout the city", the company said in a statement.

Tata Power has extended its electric vehicle (EV) charging solutions to clients such as Everest CAB-E, and it has also established EV charging stations within well-known residential communities. “To encourage intercity travel along popular routes, Tata Power has installed over 19 fast charging points on the Mumbai-Pune highway and about 26 fast charging points on the Mumbai-Goa (via Pune) highway", said the company.

The endeavor is in line with Tata Power's 'Sustainable Is Attainable' campaign, which underscores the company's pioneering role in advancing toward a more environmentally sustainable future. Tata Power boasts a diversified portfolio comprising 14,453 MW, covering the entire spectrum of the power value chain, including renewable and conventional energy generation, transmission and distribution, trading, storage solutions, as well as manufacturing of solar cells and modules.