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Sun Mobility sets up its first Quick Interchange station at Indian Oil pump in Chandigarh

Sun MobilitySun Mobility has set up its first Quick Interchange station at Indian Oil pump in Chandigarh.

Chetan Maini, Co-founder & Vice Chairman of Sun Mobility in his Linkedin posting said, “Excited to see our first Quick Interchange station live at the Indian Oil Corporation pump at Chandigarh.”

He said the company has working continuously for the past several months to make this a reality & to expand its energy infrastructure network nationwide with Indian Oil Corporation Limited, India’s largest oil marketing company.

Their extensive, presence, pan India, will ensure that battery swapping infrastructure is accessible to customers at the same scale & ease as conventional refueling.

Swapping Stations

SUN Mobility’s network of swapping stations, equipped with a ‘pay-as-you-go’ model and a user-friendly app will significantly increase the ease at which drivers can avail the swapping services and reduce their concerns around driving range, charging time and battery-related operational costs.

This partnership will help to further our shared vision of accelerating electric vehicle adoption by enabling a faster, cheaper, and more convenient way of refueling EVs.

Sun Mobility

We are glad to have the support of a visionary long-term partner, willing to lead this march towards a clean, pollution-free future.

SUN Mobility is a 50:50 joint venture between Virya Mobility 5.0 and SUN New Energy Systems. The organization plan to deploy a unique open-architecture ecosystem built around a smart network of quick interchange battery stations. These stations, predominantly powered by renewable energy, will refuel electric vehicles at cost lower than and speed faster than conventional fuel pumps.

About Jaishankar Jayaramiah

Jaishankar Jayaramiah is a well-known India-based award-winning international Journalist and columnist, who is familiar for his multi-subject expertise, especially in business Journalism. Many of his write-ups remained as game changers in the Indian trade industry while also guiding the government to chalk out its policies. An Engineer-turned Journalist Jayaramiah has worked for Autocar Professional, The Financial Express, The New Indian Express and Automotive World among others before joining Automotive India News. He has extensively traveled across the country, writing on multiple subjects and also visited countries like Germany, Italy, Japan, China, Taiwan, Singapore, Thailand, Hongkong, Sri Lanka, Maldives etc. Don’t wonder if you find a story on coffee or agriculture or even on politics when you Google his details as he has written on almost all subjects during his 18-year journey so far in Journalism. While keeping automotive as main beat all along his career, he has also covered all other verticals under Old & New Economy. For the past few years, he has been focusing only on B2B Automotive niche. Personally he likes to write more on the government policies; international trends related to automotive industry and new auto technologies.

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