Tata Power has installed the first-ever fast DC electric vehicle (EV) charger at Kevadia in Gujarat. EV users can access this charger through Tata Power’s EZ Charge application which offers a seamless user interface, making it convenient for all EV owners to locate, navigate, book, charge, pay and check the availability of the nearest e-charging stations in real-time. Kevadia, which houses the Statue of Unity, is expected to become the country’s first electric vehicle city with only electric buses, cars and two-wheelers on roads. Tata Power plans to install EV charging points at important highway locations and similar tourist destinations. Presently, Tata Power owns an expansive network of over 4,000 home chargers and over 500 public chargers in 102 cities across India.