Shell India has introduced its first electric vehicle (EV) chargers for four-wheelers and two-wheelers in Bengaluru.
The company is launching two-wheeler chargers in India for the first time. The EV chargers deployed by Shell will utilise only green energy. The company intends to install more than 10,000 charging stations across India by 2030, with the objective of providing safe, green, and integrated mobility solutions to its customers using Shell Recharge Stations. The company plans to set up charging stations at Bengaluru’s Yeshwantpur, Marathalli, Old Madras Road, Brookefield, and Kanakpura fuel stations in the first phase of its launch. Shell intends to expand the reach of its EV charging infrastructure beyond its current retail markets in Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Telangana, Assam, and Andhra Pradesh. It will offer tailored charging solutions at on-the-go locations such as Shell gas stations, standalone EV hubs, home charging stations, and destination locations. The company will deploy 100 KW and higher direct current fast chargers for on-the-go and standalone EV hubs to enable fast charging and the lowest possible dwell time.