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Lucas TVS plans foray into electric vehicle charging infrastructure

This comes at a time when Lucas TVS and the US-based 24M Technologies are planning to come up with a Rs 2,500-crore giga factory near Chennai

TVS Motor Company has tied up  with Tata Power for the implementation of EV charging infrastructure across the country.
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TVS Motor Company has tied up with Tata Power for the implementation of EV charging infrastructure across the country.

Shine Jacob Chennai
Lucas TVS, part of the TVS Group and a leading automotive component maker, is planning to come up with electric vehicle (EV) charging stations soon.
 
“Our aftermarket business has service networks all over India. As part of it, we are exploring the opportunity to set up charging stations,” said Arvind Balaji, managing director of Lucas TVS.
 
Early this month, TVS Motor Company, the flagship firm of the $8.5-billion TVS Group, had announced its strategic partnership with Tata Power for the implementation of EV charging infrastructure across the country. This comes at a time when Lucas TVS and the

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First Published: Oct 16 2021 | 6:04 AM IST

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