a global leader in power and thermal management solutions, announced it has
cumulatively delivered over 6,000 electric vehicle (EV) chargers to customers
in India, a substantial milestone to foster the country’s e-mobility
close cooperation between Delta and major stakeholders in the EV charging
infrastructure sector, which includes major charge point operators, such as
Tata Power, Bangalore Electricity Supply Company Ltd. (BESCOM), Bharat
Petroleum Corporation Ltd. (BPCL) and Energy Efficiency Services Ltd (EESL), as
well as various OEMs, has made this breakthrough possible. Delta’s unparalleled
track record in integrating energy-saving solutions across India and the
superior capabilities and variety of its EV charger portfolio has been integral
in its success in becoming a preferred EV charging solution partner in the
Lin, Delta Electronics India’s President & GM, remarked, “Our deepest
gratitude goes to our local partners and government entities as we collaborate
relentlessly to build e-mobility, a major pillar of India’s sustainable
future. Guided by its corporate mission,
‘To provide innovative, clean, and energy-efficient solutions for a better
tomorrow’, Delta strives to develop the foundations of sustainable cities, such
as eco-friendly and healthy buildings, green energy infrastructure, smart
factories, eco-friendly ICT infrastructure, as well as e-mobility. We also
welcome government initiatives to develop the local manufacturing sector, and
in fact, Delta India’s R&D and engineering teams are working on more and
more indigenous solutions, such as battery swapping systems for electric
scooters as well as fast EV chargers. We intend to increase the localized
content of our product and solution offering to 80% within a few years.”
has delivered over 1 million EV chargers worldwide since 2009 and has become a
major provider of automotive powertrain and power management electronics to
most of the world’s largest EV makers. Furthermore, Delta India has a robust
roadmap for future product pipelines with state-of-the-art technology and with
even faster charging times. Delta India strives to be at the forefront of the
EV charging infrastructure in India.
has supplied more than 1000 chargers under agreement with Tata Power Company
Limited so far, has installed over 60 EV chargers for several sites operated by
EESL (CESL) and has supplied 114 EV chargers to BESCOM (Bangalore Power Utility
Organization).Moreover, a single site features 11 fast chargers for one of the
largest bus OEMs in India, while also supplying a portfolio of EV chargers to a
Kerala State utility company deployed across the state.
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