Ultraviolette, the renowned electric motorcycle manufacturer, has announced a groundbreaking partnership with Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited (HPCL) at the esteemed Bharat Mobility Global Expo 2024. This strategic collaboration aims to create a robust EV charging infrastructure by installing fast chargers at select HPCL fuel stations across India.
By this joint effort, Ultraviolette plans to initially deploy its chargers at HPCL petrol pumps in 12 states, with future expansion into other regions. The partnership also involves the installation of charging stations in remote areas, facilitating seamless cross-country travel for electric motorcycle enthusiasts.
In the words of Niraj Rajmohan, CTO and Co-Founder of Ultraviolette, this alliance with HPCL is a step towards establishing a national charging infrastructure and accelerating the transition to cleaner forms of mobility. Both companies share a common vision of creating a sustainable and eco-friendly transportation landscape in line with the ambitious goals set by the Indian government for a greener future by 2030.
With Ultraviolette’s expertise in electric motorcycles and HPCL’s extensive network of fuel stations, this partnership holds immense potential to shape the future of electric vehicle charging in India. By leveraging HPCL’s nationwide presence, Ultraviolette aims to offer a hassle-free and convenient charging experience to electric motorcycle owners.
This collaboration does not merely signify the installation of chargers; it represents a crucial step towards establishing an integrated and comprehensive infrastructure that will support the widespread adoption of electric motorcycles and pave the way for a sustainable mode of transportation across the nation.
As the world moves towards a cleaner and greener future, partnerships like these play a vital role in driving innovation and expanding the accessibility of electric vehicle charging. The Ultraviolette and HPCL collaboration sets a prime example for other companies and fuel station operators to follow in the pursuit of a sustainable and environmentally-conscious transportation ecosystem.
Ultraviolette – A renowned electric motorcycle manufacturer.
Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited (HPCL) – A strategic partner of Ultraviolette, an oil and gas company in India.
Bharat Mobility Global Expo 2024 – An esteemed event where Ultraviolette and HPCL announced their partnership.
EV – An abbreviation for electric vehicle.
Robust EV charging infrastructure – A reliable and efficient network of charging stations for electric vehicles.
Fast chargers – Charging stations that can recharge electric motorcycles quickly.
HPCL fuel stations – Petrol pumps operated by Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited.
Remote areas – Areas located far away from urban centers or major cities.
National charging infrastructure – A network of charging stations that covers the entire country.
Cleaner forms of mobility – Modes of transportation that have minimal or no negative impact on the environment.
Indian government – The governing body of India.
Greener future by 2030 – The goal of achieving a more environmentally friendly society by the year 2030.
Electric vehicle charging – The process of recharging the battery of an electric vehicle.
Sustainable mode of transportation – A method of traveling that is environmentally friendly and can be maintained for an extended period.
Cleaner and greener future – A future where energy and transportation systems have minimal impact on the environment.
Fuel station operators – Companies or organizations that manage and operate petrol pumps or charging stations.