The tallest electric vehicle charging facility in the world was inaugurated by Mahender Pratap Singh, Kaza sub-divisional magistrate, alongside two female motorcyclists, who rode electric scooters from Manali to Kaza.
Mahender Pratap Singh, SDM Kaza with two female bikers at the inauguration of the EV charging station in Kaza
A Pune-based electric vehicle charging infrastructure company has installed two electric vehicle chargers for two-wheelers and four-wheelers in Kaza, Spiti Valley, Himachal Pradesh. It is the highest electric vehicle charging station in the world, located at an altitude of 3,800 m. The facility is located at the Dayzor Hotel and is ready to charge all electric two-wheelers and four-wheelers. In a press release, goEgo said the company has implemented Bharat AC and Dual Socket Type 2 chargers that are Make-in-India certified and comply with ARAI and OCA certifications.
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The company worked with TVS Motor Company to promote the infrastructure of electric vehicles in Himachal Pradesh. The # mission0emission ride was launched from Manali to Kaza with two TVS iQube electric scooters to celebrate World Zero Emissions Day on September 21, 2021.
TVS iQube Electric scooters were driven by a company official and motorcycle influencer from Mumbai. The two cyclists rode electric scooters on the dangerous Manali-Kaza Route, a popular cycle route in India passing through the beautiful Kunzum-La Pass. The runners reached Kaza to inaugurate the electric vehicle charging facility with Mahender Pratap Singh, Sub-Divisional Magistrate (SDM) Kaza. Complimenting the runners, he said: “The Himachal Pradesh government is keen to promote zero emission and sustainability towards a greener future.
Commenting on the success of the ride, Pratiksha Das said: “It was an eye-opening experience for someone like me too, who spent a lot of time around the bikes. The TVS iQube electric scooter took the treacherous route from Manali to Kaza via Batal, without a single hiccup. We rode over boulders and boulders, and even in difficult weather conditions the scooters took it all in their stride. “
Cementing her sentiment, Maanvi Rawlley of goEgo commented: “As a young rider in the hills, I had my apprehensions about how an electric scooter would perform at these temperatures and on this terrain. But the electric scooters held it all back and took us to the top of the country with aplomb. “
Dheeman Kadam, Co-Founder and Marketing Director of goEgoNetwork, said: “Electric vehicle adoption is growing in India and a strong network of charging stations is needed for a rapid transition to electric mobility. Our goal is to provide the best charging experience for all who wish to be part of this lasting change. Although we are excited about installing the charging station on one of the highest motorable roads, we are looking forward to installing many more in the near future.
The company said it is committed to setting up public charging stations in all popular destinations in India, which is in line with the government’s vision of becoming a 100% electric vehicle nation here. 2030. It aims to encourage owners of electric vehicles to relish seamless and anxiety. free long-distance travel.
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