ChargeZone, an EV charging company, has introduced the country's inaugural “SuperCharging Network.” Set to roll out this month, the network will feature the first charging stations, boasting capacities of 180 kW and 360 kW, equipped with two and four charging points, respectively.
ChargeZone's charging points are designed to deliver 60 kW at 200 amps for each charge point in the 360 kW stations, and the company underscores the capability of at least one charge point to provide 400/500 A DC current—an innovative feature in the Indian market.
A distinguishing factor in ChargeZone's approach is the incorporation of liquid cooling technology for its charging stations, marking a pioneering initiative in India. These stations are strategically positioned along major highways and within city centers, offering additional amenities such as washrooms, restaurants, and shopping facilities, as reported by The Financial Express.
Kartikey Hariyani, Founder and CEO of ChargeZone, expressed the company's proactive stance in addressing the growing demand for rapid and efficient charging solutions, especially with the introduction of a new generation of EV buses and trucks in the country.
As part of its broader strategy, ChargeZone aims to establish more than 150 superchargers across the nation. The inaugural supercharging stations are slated to become operational in Mumbai and CCD, Vellore, this November. This initiative reflects a commitment to advancing EV charging infrastructure and fostering the widespread adoption of electric vehicles in India.