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MUMBAI: Tata Power, India’s largest integrated power company, has installed the first-ever DC fast electric vehicle (EV) charger at the Statue of Unity located at Kevadia in Gujarat, it said today.

The grand statute is of India’s first deputy prime minister and home minister Bharat Ratna Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel.

The Tata Power EZ Charge (charging station) at Kevadia will become an important pit stop for EV users.

“Visitors coming to the Statue of Unity can now travel in their EV's without the anxiety of charging their vehicles. Tourists coming from Surat, Vadodara, Ahmedabad and other cities can now make the journey in their electric cars without worry. We are committed to installing EV charging points at important highway locations and similar tourist destinations," said Sandeep Bangia, Head – EV & Home Automation, Tata Power.

The charging station in Kevadia is designed to serve all types of electric cars on Indian roads and currently comes with CCS2 fast-charging standards.

Tata Power owns a network of over 4,000 home chargers and over 500 Public chargers in 102 cities across India. The company is present across the EV ecosystem - public charging, captive charging, home and workplace charging stations. It has deployed all types of chargers including DC 001, AC, Type2, Fast DC chargers up to 50kWh and installed up to 240kWh capacity chargers for e-buses in over 80 cities in India.

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