Hyderabad-based Charjet E-mobility currently has 200 indigenously developed electric vehicle (EV) charging stations up and running in Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Kolkata and Pune. It aims to have 2,000 such stations on the ground in a few months as it scales towards its ambition to install EV charging infrastructure at every other vehicle parking facility in the country.
In a conversation with TechCircle, Charjet co-founder and managing director UB Kuldeep spoke about rolling out its charging stations at more locations and cities, how it partners with OEMs (original equipment manufacturers), and some of the unique challenges to scaling its presence.
Watch the interview on TechCircle’s YouTube channel.
Charjet was founded in 2018 by Kuldeep, Uday Bhanu Kaleru and Deepti Koganti.
Kuldeep, an alumnus of IIT Bombay, has over a decade of experience in the infrastructure and construction domain and is also managing director of Hyderabad-based construction company Dhamam Infra Projects.
UB Kuldeep clarified that Charjet currently has 600 customers and not 6,000 as mentioned in the interview.