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Fortum Charge & Drive India joins hands with DLF to set up charging infrastructure in DLF Cybercity Gurugram

Fortum Cyber Hub
Fortum Cyber Hub

Fortum Charge & Drive India Pvt. Ltd. (Fortum C&D), a leading Indian Electric Vehicle (EV) charging service provider, has entered into an agreement with DCCDL, the Rental arm of DLF, a flagship company in the real estate, engaged in the business of development of premium residential and commercial properties and has built a strong asset base of leased assets.

Under the agreement, Fortum C&D India has set-up, commissioned and will operate total of 20 EV  points in the parking areas of buildings in DLF Cybercity Gurugram.

We are happy to collaborate with DLF to set up charging infrastructure for four wheelers as an important step towards decarbonisation. We at Fortum have been continuously striving to make the benefits of electric mobility accessible to EV users every day for increased EV adoption by addressing their apprehensions around availability of a reliable charging infrastructure. 4W passenger vehicle segment contributes significantly to Indian GDP. Decarbonisation of this segment will go a long way in mitigating air pollution of Indian cities. Our partnership with DLF will open new avenues for the discerning EV users who can use their time for charging their car while availing a wide range of facilities at DLF Cybercity, says Mr Awadhesh Jha, Executive Director, Fortum Charge & Drive India Pvt. Ltd.

About Fortum Charge & Drive India

Fortum is a European energy company with activities in more than 40 countries. They provide their customers with electricity, gas, heating and cooling as well as smart solutions to improve resource efficiency. With approximately 19,000 professionals and a rich experience of nearly 100 years, they have the scale, competence, and resources to grow and to drive the energy transition forward. Fortum’s share is listed on Nasdaq Helsinki.

Fortum in India is focused on 3 verticals (Solar, EV charging infrastructure, and bio based solutions). Fortum Charge & Drive India is expanding the Public charging network in the country. They have installed base of 250+ Public charging points across 12 states, 17 cities, 4 highways and growing. Fortum Charging network includes 50/60 KW CCS/CHAdeMO chargers, Type-2 AC Chargers, as well as 15/20/30 KW DC001 chargers catering both to EVs like Mercedes EQC, BMW i3, Audi e-Tron, Hyundai Kona, MG ZS, Tata Nexon, Mahindra eVerito /Tata Tigor etc. They also offer a cloud solution as licensed offering to EV charging-service providers and infrastructure investors. The SaaS (Software as a Service) architecture enables flexible, pay-as-you-go models, and white/grey label App alternatives.

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