Tata Power energizes EV Travel on Chandigarh-Shimla route with seamless charging infrastructure

Tata Power energizes EV Travel on Chandigarh-Shimla route with seamless charging infrastructure

Tata Power, one of India's largest and leading EV charging solutions providers announced the activation of its electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure along the Chandigarh- Shimla highway, covering a total distance of 111 kms and addressing the demand for reliable charging options on this popular route. 

The strategically positioned EZ Charge stations at Hotel Falcon Crest on Chandigarh-Shimla Highway around Kandaghat and The Oberoi Cecil, Chaura Maidan Road near Shimla, enhance the feasibility of EV travel on the route. 

Committed to building a reliable and accessible EV Charging network, the first charging point is located at a distance of 83 kilometres from Chandigarh to Hotel Falcon Crest, and the other charging point is at a distance of 26 kilometres from Hotel Falcon Crest to The Oberoi Cecil.  This route connects two major cities, Chandigarh and Shimla, serving as a crucial link for travelers and businesses alike. Consumers can easily locate the two stations using the Tata Power EZ Charge mobile app. They can also make online payments for their charging sessions or use an RFID Card to simply Tap.Charge.Go. 

EV travellers coming from Delhi to Shimla can also use multiple charging points along the route to Chandigarh, refuel at the scenic Kalaghat Falcon Crest hotel location, and then proceed to Shimla, where they can refill again at Oberoi Shimla or Oberoi Wildflower Shimla.

Tata Power is committed to sustainable mobility and reducing carbon footprints. It's nationwide EZ Charge network spreads over 420 cities with more than 62,000 home chargers, 4,900 public and semi-public charging points, and 460 bus-charging stations that are present at diverse and strategic locations expanding EV charging accessibility across the country. The company is also present across major national and state highways on diverse locations such as hotels, commercial complexes, car dealerships, etc., across more than 25 states and five union territories