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EV charging firm ElectricPe appoints machine learning expert Rohit Agarwal as CTO

EV charging firm ElectricPe appoints machine learning expert Rohit Agarwal as CTO
9 Jun, 2022
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ElectricPe, an Electric vehicle (EV) charging platform based in Bengaluru, has appointed Rohit Agarwal as its Chief Technology Officer (CTO). 

In his new role, Agarwal will lead the product tech strategy and development. He will also lead the team to provide seamless full stack solutions across all EV stakeholders and help bring mass adoption to clean mobility across the country.

Agarwal’s appointment comes at a time when the company - co-founded by entrepreneurs Avinash Sharma and Raghav Rohila in May 2021 - is aiming to rapidly scale the public charging infrastructure network on its platform to 100,000 points by the end of this year.

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“We are delighted to have Rohit on board as we continue to build the largest consumer focused EV public charging and demand generation App in India,” said Avinash Sharma, Co-Founder & CEO ElectricPe, adding that Agarwal will “play a critical role in strengthening our development verticals and growing the company’s offerings.”

On his appointment, Agarwal said that he “looks forward to integrating new innovations and product features to raise the bar and make ElectricPe India’s largest and most trusted e-mobility platform that will transform the way people choose to commute.”

B.Tech in Computer Science and Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi, Agarwal has over a decade of experience in technology and product development. Having worked with early-stage start-ups, his expertise lies in deep tech, machine learning, and software building. He is also a hands-on programmer and enjoys building solid teams, as per his LinkedIn profile.

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Before joining ElectricPe, he worked at Udaan in the Advertising team and focused on introducing Ad properties in the pharma category. Prior to that he has worked with companies such as Yahoo and Limeroad and even founded a start-up in the enterprise domain named Ikarus, where he helped clients like Ingram Micro, KPMG, and Volkswagen automate their business processes.