EV charging station makers see rise in dema from realtors
Synopsis “The EV market has been growing on the back of a government push. But now more people also want to move to en modes of transportation, and that’s visible from the demand we are getting from housing societies and RWAs, ” said founder, ElectriVa, a leading EV charging startup.
Companies providing charging stations are seeing an increas real estate developers and residents’ welfare associations (RW as more people are buying electric vehicles (EVs). While companies are forming partnerships with builders for in the planning stages, demand is also arising from housing s colonies that are willing to invest in EV charging stations. “The EV market has been growing on the back of a governmen more people also want to move to environmentally friendly m transportation, and that’s visible from the demand we are getting from housing societies and RWAs Dhanuka, founder, ElectriVa, a leading EV charging startup. “The expansion of the charging infrastructure segment required this sort of a push. We are working o to work with the resident associations as affordability and cost are major factors for them,” said Dha Kazam, which is creating EV friendly infrastructure by installing charging stations in apartments an partnership with the government, is planning to install 10,000 charging stations, especially in apart “We have already tied up with partners in Bengaluru, Gurgaon, and Pune, and residents are willing t of the total parking into an EV charging facility. Since cars remain parked at home for a long time, th charging will take place at home,” said Akshay Shekhar, co-founder of Kazam.