Hero Electric Partner Bolt To Set Up 50,000 Charging Stations In India on Wednesday.
Hero Electric is India’s leading electric Two-wheeler company that has announced its partnership with EV Tech company, Bolt to set up 50,000 charging stations in India in the upcoming year.
This data includes the Bolt chargers that will be established in more than 750 Hero electric touchpoints across India beneficiary around 4.5lakh customers. Moreover, 2,000 Hero electric customers will get a Bolt charger installed in their homes at no cost.
The aim of Bolt is to make India carbon-free from IC vehicles, with the aim to push EVs and adopted electric vehicles to help the ecosystem.
Sohinder Gill, the CEO, of Hero Electric, said in a statement, “Our mission is to enable carbon-free mobility and fasten EV adoption in the country by building a strong charging ecosystem and reskilling mechanics to offer an enhanced EV riding experience,”
As Hero partnership with multiple companies such as Ather energy for battery swapping policy, Now Hero Electric Collaborate with Bolt to establish EV stations across India next year, This will describe that in the upcoming year Hero electric will become the market leader in the Electric Two-wheeler segment soon.
Gill Also Said, We are positive that this collaboration will broaden our efforts to reach the set objective. This partnership will benefit the industry overall and allow e2W riders easy access to charging stations pan India,”
Furthermore, Bolt will be integrated with Hero electric website and app, to help customers to find EV charging stations, Book a slot, and also for payment, “Post-installation of Bolt charging stations, individuals can choose between private/public mode of operation for their charging stations and decide the price depending on existing commercial/EV tariffs.”
This partnership helps both companies in terms of their stocks, and company authority, also Bolt has a website that has a facility to find charging stations locations through Bolt’s website and this facility encourages people to adopt EVs at affordable prices.