MG Motor India Ties Up With Fortum For Charging Stations

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MG Motor India Ties Up With Fortum For Charging Stations

Soon after launching its first product MG Hector in India, MG Motor is not looking to slow down the pace. MG Motor has now tied up with Fortum Energy and Drive India. Fortum Energy is a Finland based energy major company.

MG Motor India Ties Up With Fortum For Charging Stations

The plan of the MG Motor with this partnership is to install India’s first fast-charging solutions plans across the country. This comes prior to MG launching their MG eZS, company’s first electric SUV. MG is looking to offer 50KW fast charging solutions. The initial plan is to cover 5 major cities first including Delhi NCR region, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Bengaluru and Hyderabad until September.

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Rajeev Chaba, President & Managing Director, MG Motor India, said, “The upcoming launch of MG eZS is aligned with the government’s long-term objective to have more electric vehicles on the road in the next few years. We are delighted to be partnering with one of the leading EV Charging service provider in the global EV space to set up charging stations at MG dealerships in select cities, to begin with. This is in line with our goal to provide accessible EVs to India customers and create an EV ecosystem in India.”

MG Motor India Ties Up With Fortum For Charging Stations

These chargers can be accessed by cars compatible with CCS/CHAdeMO standards. All you need to do is register with Fortum Charge & Drive India through the Mobile App. MG Motors also has the advantage with electric vehicles as parent company SAIC Motor Corporation Ltd is already mass producing electric vehicles.

MG Motor is heading in the right direction, as not only it is planning to launch its Electric vehicle but also making effort to provide good infrastructure for thee vehicles and mobility solutions. With the help of government policies, more and more companies are working towards the all Electric future.

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