Mahindra and Adani Total Energies Partner for EV Charging Infrastructure

Mahindra & Mahindra (M&M) has recently signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Adani Total Energies E-Mobility Limited (ATEL), marking a significant step towards enhancing the electric vehicle (EV) ecosystem in India. This partnership aims to accelerate the adoption of electric vehicles by developing an extensive EV charging infrastructure across the country.

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Veejay Nakra, the President of the Automotive Division at M&M, emphasized the importance of this alliance in bolstering the EV charging infrastructure. He highlighted that the collaboration ensures customers enjoy seamless access to a broad charging network, integrated with digital solutions for an unparalleled EV experience. This initiative aligns with M&M’s commitment to enhancing customer experiences through a diversified partner network, thereby driving the adoption of electric vehicles.

Suresh P Manglani, Executive Director & CEO of Adani Total Gas, also commented on the collaboration, stating that it would boost customer confidence in embracing EV technology as part of the broader energy transition. This partnership is expected to contribute to the reduction of carbon emissions and help India achieve its climate action goals.

As a direct outcome of this collaboration, owners of Mahindra’s XUV400 electric vehicles will gain access to over 1100 chargers via the Bluesense+ App, enhancing the convenience and accessibility of electric vehicle charging. This initiative not only addresses the infrastructure challenge that has been a significant barrier to EV adoption but also represents a milestone in the development of a sustainable mobility ecosystem in India.

Akshat Joshi
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