Indian automotive provider Tata AutoComp Techniques has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Tritium, an Australian supplier of EV chargers. Tritium’s DC quick chargers will quickly be out there for Indian EVs.
“The MoU ensures Tata AutoComp stays on the forefront of innovation in India, because the nation adopts the FAME India [Faster Adoption and Manufacture of (Hybrid and) Electric Vehicles] Scheme,” mentioned Tritium CEO David Finn. “The FAME Coverage is among the many most progressive initiatives on the planet, and Tata AutoComp’s dedication to rolling out DC quick chargers for automobiles of all sizes helps to place India forward of the world in its drive in direction of a cleaner future.”
“With the [advent] of electrical automobiles, the necessity for chargers able to powering them is important and we see an enormous alternative on this market,” mentioned Tata AutoComp CEO Arvind Goel.
Supply: Tata AutoComp Techniques