Delta Electronics has started its all-new E-Mobility Tech Experience centre in India.
Recently, Delta Electronics India has initiated an ultra-modern electric mobility tech experience centre in our country. The experience centre is a concept that offers a systemized stage for the industry and will have the capability to support every type of layout and ratings for EV charging in the country. The aim of this concept is to support electric vehicle infrastructure in India. This idea will help accelerate electric vehicle adoption in the country. Delta Electronics has already revealed its advanced charging solutions for EVs during its launch. These next-gen charging solutions include AC Max and DC City Charger, both of which will make public charging configuration more effectual.
Niranjan S Nayak, Business Head, Delta Electronics India, said:
We are working towards bringing our deep industry expertise and engineering capabilities to India to fulfil the highly demanding needs of the EV ecosystem players. Delta is Powering Green Mobility and over the last four years, the company has carved a niche for itself in EV Charging solutions by providing competent solutions viz-a-viz international standards. This E-Mobility Tech Experience Centre will reinstate our endeavour to provide innovative, clean and energy-efficient solutions for a better tomorrow.
Government of India has been pushing for adoption of electric vehicles aggressively, especially due to the extreme environmental concerns and pollution in major cities in India.
Moreover, Akshaye Barbudde, Business Head, Delta Electronics India, says:
Our E-Mobility Tech Experience Centre is designed to come up with a vehicle to grid solutions in India. We are confident of having an enhanced charging infrastructure offering for our valued customers. Very soon, the possibility of adding renewable energy to EV charging solutions will be a reality. We will be working on a robust scalable roadmap, with a vision to deliver on future-ready, efficient and pioneering product & technology-related answers to ecosystem needs.
The experience centre will show a live demonstration of technology, innovation, knowledge-sharing global technology adoption methodology, charging process simulation and integration with numerous hardware, software, and cloud servers. Currently, there is a limited EV infrastructure in India. Charging stations aren't as widely spread as fuel-pumps, but rather very sparsely located. Most of the electric vehicle users in India either use a regular power-socket to charge their vehicles, which is extremely slow, or install superchargers at home, which is extremely expensive.