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Electric Vehicles would need charging stations alike gasoline vehicles. Many companies are mulling into the current policies Indian government has amended. But there are few companies who seem to be peppy on this segment.
To name one is Exicom, the company has become one of the early companies to station an EV charge S curve for ev in the heart of the country. Projected to edify few more, the company has envisioned the EV sector while others still finding sneaking space. With all automobile companies helming towards Electric Vehicles, demand for energy and suitable ecosystem is the initial glitch, How is your company working to outpace these snags?
We at Exicom are very passionate about EV market and it is on top of the agenda for our organization. We are one of the leading suppliers of telecom Industry for DC Chargers and Lithium ion batteries for stationary applications.
We would like to continue this legacy by becoming one of the leading suppliers for the EV charging stations and battery packs as well. We are also equipped with Pan-India Service network to support the customers.
We believe as the market grows, Exicom will be one of the leading players in EV Charging Infrastructure in the country. How is your company currently posing to drive the EV ecosystem in India? We are also working and are in discussion with other central and state government entities for the supply of charging stations.
Apart from this, we have partnered with many other auto OEMs as well for the charging stations.
Setting up a charging infrastructure is an attractive prospect, given the lucrative market potential projected to be around 90 billion units BU of electricity.
Though figures are old but for comparison; India generated 1, BU in slating the potential of this sector standing in ? What business strategies has your company enveloped to stay ahead of the competition in the long-run?
We have been into manufacturing business for close to 25 years now and have been involved in bringing out the innovative products in the market including our smart charging stations. Setting up of the charging stations is an attractive proposition as these EVs would add to the existing demand for the electricity but we have been into manufacturing of the charging stations where, we support the entities that are into setting up of charging stations in India.
We have partnered with various companies and are also in talks with many other companies who have entered or are planning to enter into setting up and management of the charging infrastructure where our role will be limited to supplying the charging stations and providing the necessary support.
What key challenges do you purview in the current EV market? Challenges exist in every sector be it well established oil market where oil prices are increasing making TCO of existing ICE vehicles more expensive or new and emerging EV market where TCO is attractive but the challenge is the sticker price of the vehicle and lack of options in India.
We do have challenges in business, policy and technology side of EVs but these are something which will be rectified in the due course of time. How ambitious do you think is the EV target for India?
India is at an early stage as far as mass scale adoption of EV is concerned. Government has given the initial momentum to EV which will help it reach to early adaptors.
This industry EV is starting to take off. As more and more countries are adopting EVs, it will shortly start moving on high pace and India being globally connected economy will reap the benefits of global adoption and it will reach to majority stage in shorter span than other countries as Indian customers will form part of early majority in terms of Global market.
With easy and affordable access to charging infrastructure—both standard AC charging as well as fast DC charging— customer will be motivated to switch to EV naturally. Plus there are certain regulatory pieces which need to be fine-tuned.
The government is conscious of the uphill task and as we understand that Ministry of Power is planning to amend the Electricity Act and planning to declare EV charging as a service and not resale of electricity which we feel would be a very good move as amending Electricity Act will open the opportunity for the third party operators to deploy and operate EV chargers which presently is allowed only to the distribution utilities who in turn will be able to focus on their main business of electricity distribution.
Opening this opportunity for the third party operators will help in faster deployment of the EV charging infrastructure and creation of new business models.
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