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India Inc looks to plug into EV-charging infrastructure at work

Firms offering such vehicles as car lease options, converting their fleet into EVs

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HSBC is looking to offer EVs as part of its car lease benefits

Sohini Das Mumbai
India Inc is slowly playing a part in improving electric vehicle (EV) adoption by providing EV-charging infrastructure at work, offering such vehicles as car lease options, or converting their own fleet into EVs.

Sample this: The Godrej & Boyce campus has four EV-charging points; HSBC is looking to offer EVs as part of its car-lease benefits; and logistics player FedEx is converting its parcel pickup and delivery fleet into zero-emission vehicles by 2040.

Kartikey Hariyani, founder and chief executive officer (CEO), Charge+Zone, an EV-charging infrastructure company specialising in high-speed charging networks, said the firm was getting more queries by the

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First Published: Jan 24 2023 | 8:41 PM IST

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