Tata AutoComp and Tellus Power to set up DC fast chargers for 2Ws, 3Ws, passenger and commercial vehicles
Tata AutoComp systems has signed an MoU with Tellus Power Green, a US-based charging infrastructure company. According to the agreement, both the companies will be setting up AC and DC fast charging stations that will cater to all electric vehicles, be it two-wheelers, three-wheelers, passenger vehicles and even commercial vehicles in the country. Tata AutoComp has always been one of the leading component suppliers in the country dealing in automotive interior and exterior plastics, composites, sheet metal stampings, engine cooling solutions, automotive batteries and more.
Tata AutoComp has been offering services to the Electric Vehicles segment by offering motors, controllers, integrated drivetrain (integrated motor, inverter and reducer), battery pack, BMS, battery thermal management system, battery cooling plates, etc. On the other hand, Tellus Power already has over 200 DC fast chargers ranging from 60kW to 300kW deployed across India for charging EV buses. It has global sales, manufacturing, and service centres located in California, India, China, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Mexico, and the Middle East.
"As part of Tata Group initiative, Tata AutoComp has been planning a significant play in providing systems and components for Electric Vehicles, as well as provide enabling systems for establishing charging infrastructure. Tata AutoComp has already established joint ventures for providing Electric Driveline as well as Battery Packs for Passenger Cars, Commercial vehicles as well as fast developing two-wheelers and three-wheelers in India. Tata AutoComp and Tellus will now provide various sizes of AC chargers from 3kW to 11kW for home and residential complexes as well as DC fast chargers from 20kW to 300kW to meet the needs to charge various types of vehicles in public places such as office and commercial parking lots, convenience public charging stations within cities as well as highways, dedicated depots for commercial vehicles etc. to name a few," commented Arvind Goel, MD, Tata Autocomp Systems.
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