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EV charging infrastructure provider Bolt.Earth surpasses 30K EV charging points, adding 500 monthly

The startup offers both slow and fast charging devices (3.3-120 kW) along with a charger management system (CMS) dashboard that allows for effective tracking and monitoring of charging deployments.

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Jaya Vishwakarma
05 Aug 2023
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EV charging infrastructure provider Bolt.Earth has surpassed 30,000 EV charging points on its charging network and claims to growing at around 500 charging points monthly.

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The startup, which provides EV (electric vehicles) charging points across cities, towns, commercial /residential buildings and highways, offers both slow and fast charging devices (3.3-120 kW) along with a charger management system (CMS) dashboard that allows for effective tracking and monitoring of charging deployments. 

It installs charging points in shops, garages, highway pit stops, residential apartment complexes, parking spaces for fleets, among other places.

Bolt.Earth claims to have partnership with the Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited (HPCL), Delhi Metro Corporation (DMRC), Bengaluru Metro Rail Corporation (BMRCL), and Indian Oil Corporation Ltd. (IOCL); corporate entities like Cyient and LTI Mindtree, real-estate builders like Prestige, Sobha & Divyasree, among many others to provide charging solutions tailored for 2, 3 and 4 wheelers.

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Bolt.Earth's Head of Strategy and Leadership, Raghav Bharadwaj, said, "Since its inception, Bolt.Earth has been committed to the stated mission of powering the EV Ecosystem in India. We use advanced analytics and data science to identify consumer-specific charging needs and strategically deploy charging points where they are most needed. Further, we are seeing rapidly growing utilization numbers MoM on our network which I believe comes down to our comprehensive range of tech-enabled services - including end-to-end installation support, 24/7 customer support, an integrated payment solution in our app, in-app navigation and booking of charging points, and opportunities for generating passive income, driving rapid adoption in both rural and urban centers."

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