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Tata Power Makes Karnataka EV ready with 220 RFID Enabled EV-charging Points Across State

Last Updated on 24th June 2024

Tata Power is planning to develop over 220 radio-frequency identification (RFID)-enabled EV charging points in Karnataka. The company is actively expanding its EV charging network, also known as EZ Charge, contributing to Karnataka’s vision of embracing clean and efficient transportation.


Tata Power Makes Karnataka EV ready with 220 RFID Enabled EV-charging Points Across State


All charging points also have RFID card enabled transactions, which has further made the charging experience seamless.  These chargers are conveniently located across major highways between Bengaluru, Mangaluru, Davangere, and Mysuru, and are offering sustainable solutions at popular tourist destinations like Chikmagalur and Coorg as well. 


Other important cities with a notable EZ Charge presence include Mangaluru, Mysuru, Hubli, Belgaum, Gulbarga, and Davangere. Chargers have also been deployed at prominent public locations like Taj, Park, Oberoi, Gokulam Hotels, Tata Croma, and Tanishq, ensuring seamless accessibility for electric vehicle users.


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With an extensive network of over 150 charging points strategically positioned in Bengaluru across key suburbs like Devanahalli and Electronic City, Tata Power is committed to minimizing charging distances across the capital city as well.


Tata Power has also collaborated with renowned builders and societies like Brigade Gardenia and Divyashree Elan Homes (RWA). This strategic approach extends to key commercial complexes, forming a comprehensive charging network in the state. Moreover, the company’s strategic collaborations with entities like Decathlon and Titan further strengthen its position in Karnataka's EV charging market.


In sync with Karnataka's forward-thinking approach to electric mobility, Tata Power is actively advancing to fulfill the state government's visionary objectives. By strategically placing charging points in key locations, Tata Power not only facilitates the growing EV adoption but also contributes significantly to Karnataka's position as one of the leaders in EV adoption in the country. The company plans to become one of the leading EV charging station companies in the world.


Tata Power stands at the forefront of the electric vehicle charging domain, having forged impactful collaborations with state governments and municipal corporations nationwide. With a large market share, its commitment to sustainable mobility is exemplified through the extensive EZ Charge network spanning 530 cities and towns, 86,000 home chargers, 5300 public charging points, and 850 strategically positioned bus-charging stations. 


Present across prominent highways and diverse locations such as hotels, malls, offices, hospitals,residential complexes, etc. Tata Power is playing a pivotal role in global electric vehicle supply equipment market


What is RFID Enabled Charging Point?

An RFID-enabled charging point is a specialized type of electric vehicle (EV) charging station that incorporates radio frequency identification (RFID) technology. This technology is primarily used for two key functions: user authentication and payment processing.


In the context of an EV charging station, user authentication is a crucial security measure. The RFID card or device serves as a key, allowing only those with registered accounts to access the charging service. This prevents unauthorized use and ensures that the right user is billed for the service.


The RFID card's built-in chip makes it easier to perform the second function, which is payment processing. This chip communicates with the charging station, initiating the charging session and processing the payment for the service. The user can start the charging process by simply tapping the RFID card on the charger. This provides a seamless, efficient, and secure method for users to pay for their charging sessions.


The implementation of RFID technology in EV charging stations is becoming increasingly common worldwide. It offers numerous benefits, including enhanced security, ease of use, and efficient payment processing. As the adoption of electric vehicles continues to grow, the demand for RFID-enabled charging points is expected to rise, making them an integral part of our sustainable future.


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Looking for more than generic information?

The  Global Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Market (EV charging stations market) report offers comprehensive qualitative and quantitative analyses of the EVSE market.


Furthermore, the report provides deep insights into the competitive landscape, key market players, industry supply chain, market opportunities, market drivers & restraints, and much more.


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