Hero Electrichas announced a partnership with Jio-bpto boost infrastructure for charging two-wheelers and changing batteries.
- Jio-bp currently offers battery charging and exchange stations under the Jio-bp
- Hero Electric customers get access to Jio-bp’s charging infrastructure.
Indian electric scooter manufacturer Hero Electric has announced a partnership with Jio-bp to provide EV charging and battery swapping solutions.
Jio-bp is a joint venture between Mukesh Ambani-led
“In addition to creating solutions for a seamless customer journey on Hero Electric and Jio-bp apps, both companies will bring and apply the best of their global electrification lessons to the Indian market to create a differentiated customer experience that makes the consumer happy.” Hero Electric said in a statement.
Jio-bp currently has battery charging and exchange stations across the country under the Jio-bp pulse brand. Customers can find nearby stations using the Jio-bp pulse app.
Hero Electric currently has more than 750 sales and service outlets across the country and has sold more than 4.5 lakh electric two-wheelers.
“Hero is committed to providing the best electric mobility solutions to its consumers and this association will accelerate EV growth in the country while strengthening Hero Electric’s vision to transform the e-mobility sector in India,” added Hero .
Jio-bp partners with other companies in the ecosystem, such as MG Motor and oil giant Castrol. It also partnered with TVS Motors, another domestic electric scooter manufacturer, to provide electric charging facilities for the latter’s two- and three-wheelers.
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