BPCL opens 19 EV charging corridors in South India


Bharat Petroleum Company (BPCL) is opening 19 electrical automobile (EV) charging corridors in South India. 110 gasoline stations on 15 main highways within the states of Kerala, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu have been chosen to arrange charging stations for this objective. BPCL Government Director (in-charge) PS Ravi inaugurated the undertaking at a operate held in Kochi. He stated that 30 KW excessive pace chargers have been put in and charger locator, mode of operation, fee and so forth. are linked by way of Hiya BPCL app.

Pushp Kumar Nair, head of BPCL Southern Area Retail, stated that three corridors have been arrange in 19 gasoline stations in Kerala, specifically Kochi-Kozhikode-Kannur-Kasarkot, 86 km Kozhikode-Wayanad and 150 km Kochi-Thrissur.

He stated that half-hour is sufficient to cost the EVs for a spread of 125 km on a single cost and due to this fact a distance of 100 km has been offered between two charging stations. He additionally said that the stations have been established to attach Guruvayur, Katampuzha Temples, Vallarpadam Basilica, Koratti St. Anthony’s Church, Markus Data Metropolis and so forth. The corporate additionally plans to quickly arrange three extra charging corridors in Kerala, Kochi– Thiruvananthapuram, Kochi– Munnar and Kochi– Thekkady.

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