per the current plans, installations will carry on across the entire North
region of India, with a special emphasis on the NCR region. With this
development, Statiq plans to enable every user in the EV ecosystem to travel
stress free and stay charged.
bolstered network will result in a more robust network of chargers for future
usage and thus work in joint favour of the partners Statiq and Ather Energy and
their users. This is due to the fact that the ever-growing Statiq network will
be combined with Ather Energy’s fast charging network, Ather Grid, that is
conveniently placed across the city.
a company, Statiq wants to provide an end-to-end ecosystem for EV chargers and
want to assure everybody whether it’s within their town or city, or on long
drives over weekends and holidays that a Statiq EV charging station will always
be at hand. Hence, just last month Statiq announced their collaboration with
state-owned refining and marketing company Hindustan Petroleum Corporation
Limited, to add about 200+ charging stations in the states of Uttar Pradesh,
Bihar and Uttarakhand. This new partnership is the next move on Statiq’s part
to expedite this process.
the last year, Statiq has launched numerous charging stations to reinforce
their already considerable network. Hence, Statiq has already installed 600+
charging stations with some recent ones at Mangaluru in Karnataka, Himachal
Pradesh, and Rajasthan. And by the end of the year, Statiq aims to have an
approximately 10,000-strong charging network. Each location is handpicked for
one singular reason, which is they are located on busy routes and have
extremely extensive footfalls.