Adani Gas Signs MoU with MG Motor for EV Charging Ecosystem


Adani TotalEnergies E-Mobility Limited (ATEL) has entered into a MoU with MG Motor India. Through this MoU, the two entities will work together to develop charging solutions for electric vehicles (EVs) and provide value-added services to MG’s EV customers across the country. This collaboration aims to support India’s swiftly advancing EV ecosystem by contributing to the establishment of a sturdy and effective charging infrastructure.

As per the MoU, ATEL will strengthen the charging network and improve customer accessibility by installing CC2 60 kW DC chargers at future MG stores. The collaboration will offer a holistic solution including the supply, installation, commissioning, operation, and maintenance of the charging infrastructure. A specific mobile application will be used to handle discovery, user identification, charging, and billing settlement on a digital platform that will also be introduced to provide a smooth client experience. In order to improve network visibility and accessibility, both parties will investigate the possibility of utilising advanced application programming interfaces to integrate public charging stations across platforms. Through this merger, the personal communication service network will be more visible and accessible, and users will have a seamless experience across the combined network that is owned and operated by both organisations.

The partnership will improve the MG user’s experience by providing radio frequency identification (RFID) solutions at significant locations in ATEL’s public charging network, particularly at airports. Through agreements for bulk purchases, ATEL will provide RFID cards to MG, with special discounts available to MG users.

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