ABB India Submits Bid For 4,500 Electric Vehicle Charging Stations
The Indian arm of Swiss power equipment and robotics company ABB has submitted a bid to provide 4,500 charging points as part of the government’s tender to procure electric vehicles to push cleaner transport.
“We already provide electric vehicle charging infrastructure in some of the European cities,” Sanjeev Sharma, managing director of ABB India, told BloombergQuint in an interview on the sidelines India Economic Summit 2017 of the World Economic Forum in New Delhi today.
The government will buy 10,000 electric sedans through state-run Energy Efficiency Services Ltd. in its first step toward making all cars electric by 2030. Tata Motors Ltd. and Mahindra and Mahindra will supply 500 cars in the first phase.