Ather Energy, one of India’s leading electric vehicle (EV) manufacturers, is set to witness a significant expansion in its charging network, known as Ather Grid. The company recently announced its plans to grow the network substantially, in a move that aims to further facilitate the adoption of electric vehicles across the country.

The Ather Grid is a network of charging stations strategically located in various cities to ensure easy access and convenience for EV owners. These charging stations are equipped with fast-charging capabilities, allowing Ather electric scooter users to recharge their vehicles quickly and efficiently.

Currently, the Ather Grid charging network has a presence in a few major cities in India, including Bengaluru and Chennai. However, the company’s ambitious plans seek to expand the network to over 100 cities by the end of 2023. This massive growth will bring enhanced accessibility and availability of charging infrastructure, addressing one of the major concerns for EV owners.

Ather Energy’s initiative to expand the charging network aligns with the Indian government’s push for increased EV adoption as part of its commitment to reducing carbon emissions and combating climate change. To further support this mission, the company plans to install more than 6,500 charging points across the country. This will not only benefit Ather electric scooter owners but also other EV users, as the Ather Grid stations are compatible with other EV models as well.

In addition to expanding the network geographically, Ather Energy also aims to increase the number of charging points in each city. By strategically identifying high-demand areas and heavily trafficked locations, the company aims to ensure that users can easily access the charging infrastructure.

The expansion of Ather Grid is great news for current and potential electric vehicle owners in India. With the availability of a robust and reliable charging network, range anxiety and charging concerns will become a thing of the past. Ather Energy’s efforts to grow its charging network align with the larger goal of accelerating EV adoption and building a sustainable future for transportation in India.