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SUN Mobility to spend Rs 16.7 bn on charging infra for electric vehicles

Investment will primarily focused on setting up charging/swapping infra for EVs in public transport space

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T E Narasimhan Chennai
Chetan Maini promoted SUN Mobility is planning to invest Rs 16.7 billion to create charging infrastructure for electric vehicles in Andhra Pradesh. The company is promoted by Maini, founder of India’s first electric car Reva, along with Uday Khemka, vice-chairman of SUN Group, to develop electric mobility solutions.

Maini confirmed the development and said it is a long-term investment that will be made in multiple phases spread over 3–5 years.

SUN Mobility plans to do a pilot at Visakhapatnam, this year and then gradually take it to several other cities in the state. This is the first time

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First Published: Feb 27 2018 | 6:13 PM IST

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