JSW conglomerate partners with ElectricPe to create EV charging ecosystem
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17/08/2022

One of India’s largest conglomerates, JSW has announced a partnership with ElectrcPe to create an EV charging ecosystem for its employees, encouraging them to switch to electric vehicles. This partnership, which was announced last week, has come into effect following the recent green policy introduced by JSW to provide incentives for employees to purchase electric […]

One of India’s largest conglomerates, JSW has announced a partnership with ElectrcPe to create an EV charging ecosystem for its employees, encouraging them to switch to electric vehicles.

This partnership, which was announced last week, has come into effect following the recent green policy introduced by JSW to provide incentives for employees to purchase electric vehicles and provide charging infrastructure within their office and plant premises.Through this partnership, JSW employees will get access to 100,000 charging points on ElectricPe’s platform.

ElectricPe has already enabled the required charging infrastructure at the JSW Mumbai Office headquarters. The company will soon expand its services to JSW offices in Vasind, Dolvi, Vijayanagar, Sholtu, and Jharsuguda, respectively.

“The collaboration with ElectricPe will help to create a seamless charging experience for employees across the corporate offices and plant locations as they can now avail quick charging facility of their Electric Vehicles within premises offering an enhanced EV riding experience,” says Dilip Pattanayak, President and CHRO, JSW Group.

JSW Group, over the last few decades, has been working towards reducing the impact on the environment through its climate action policies. The group, currently valued at, $22 billion, has always been the frontrunner in incorporating sustainability into its core operations and decision-making practices, along with adopting the Best Available Technologies (BAT) to improve climate impact performance. 

The flagship company, JSW Steel Ltd, has adopted a specific climate change policy and set an ambitious CO2 emission reduction target of 42% reduction over the base year of 2005 by 2030. Together JSW and ElectricPe promote green mobility in the country and support India’s transition to a net-zero mission by 2070.

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