Ola Electric announces a network of hypercharger charger; It will be the largest, densest cargo network in the world

Ola Electric is betting heavily on an electric vehicle ecosystem. The company has announced plans for its ‘Hyperload Load’, which is said to be the largest, densest load network in the world.

Ola Electric announces its plan to unveil the world’s largest charging network

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Ola Electric announces its plan to unveil the world’s largest charging network

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Ola Electric is betting heavily on the electric vehicle ecosystem. After announcing the construction of the largest electric two-wheeled plant in the world in Tamil Nadu, the company is now planning to unveil its “Hypercharger Network,” which is projected to be the world’s largest, densest charging network. The network will serve Ola’s next two-point models starting, with its first product, a scooter Ola, to be launched in the coming months. The ‘Hypercharger Network’ will offer a comprehensive charging option to Ola’s EV customers, which includes fast Ola chargers and home chargers, which will be offered regularly with the purchase of an Ola electric scooter.

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(Ola Electric will launch its first EV in the coming months)

Announcing the plans, Bhavish Aggarwal, chairman and CEO of the group, Ola, said, “Electric is the future of mobility and we are reimagining the entire user experience of owning an electric vehicle. Our plan to build a comprehensive charging network is a key piece of this “By creating the world’s largest and densest 2-wheel charging network, we will dramatically accelerate the adoption of electric vehicles by the customer and quickly move the industry to electric.”

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(The next Ola facility in Tamil Nadu will be a global production hub for the brand’s electric scooters)


The idea is to offer 100,000 charging points across 400 cities over a period of time. Ola says it will set up 5,000 charging points across 100 cities in India in the first year itself, which is more than double the existing charging infrastructure in the country. Ola claims that its scooter can be charged up to 50 percent in just 18 minutes and offer a distance of 75 km, thus reducing the ever-present anxiety for its customers. The company also plans to build automated, multi-level charging and parking systems in large cities, business districts, IT parks, shopping malls and other popular areas.

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