Servotech Power partners with Electra EV to develop advanced fast DC charging technology

Electra EV and Servotech Power Systems Join Forces to Develop Fast DC Charging Technology for Indian Electric Vehicles

Electra EV, a company focused on electric vehicle powertrain solutions, and Servotech Power Systems, a company specializing in EV chargers and solar solutions, have recently joined forces to develop a jointly owned EV charger technology. This technology has been patented and will enable fast DC charging of any GB/T Bharat DC 001 vehicle that operates on sub 200V DC platforms. By adding a connector using a small additional gadget to the CCS2 charging network, these solutions will provide seamless charging compatibility without the need for expensive dual infrastructure deployment.

Arun Handa, the CTO of Servotech Power Systems, expressed his excitement about the collaboration, stating that it brings together exceptional technological expertise and a commitment to innovation. He believes that this partnership will accelerate the development of a next-generation EV charging ecosystem that will benefit businesses and consumers alike. Samir Yajnik, the CEO of Electra EV, emphasized that this breakthrough technology aligns with their mission to drive the transition to electric vehicles. He sees incredible potential in the solutions that will result from this collaboration in furthering India’s EV growth journey.

The joint ownership of these patents will enable both companies to leverage their respective strengths to create innovative solutions for the growing demand for electric vehicles in India and other countries that adopt the GB/T Bharat DC 001 standard. This partnership is expected to contribute significantly to the advancement of the EV industry in India and other regions by providing fast DC charging capabilities for any sub 200V DC platform-operated vehicle without requiring expensive dual infrastructure deployment. The resulting technology is expected to benefit both passenger services and commercial vehicles alike by providing seamless charging compatibility with existing CCS2 networks.

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