Ather Grid fast-charging network crosses 1,000 stations in India

    Ather's 1,000th Grid fast-charging point was installed in Nashik.

    Published On Feb 07, 2023 11:41:00 AM


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    Bengaluru-based start-up Ather Energy has now installed over 1,000 Grid fast-charging stations across India. This comes just a few months after we reported that Ather has installed its 580th Grid charging station.

    1. Ather e-scooters charge at 1.5km/min on the Grid network
    2. Grid network free to use for all Ather owners till March 31, 2023

    Ather installs over 1,000 Grid charging stations in India: details

    Ather had earlier announced that it has plans to install 1,400 Grid stations by FY23, and considering that it has already crossed more than 70 percent of its target, this seems entirely doable.

    Hero MotoCorp’s first electric two-wheeler offering, the Vida V1 e-scooter, has tapped into this network and uses the same open-sourced connector design as Ather's, with a fast-charging capability of 1.2km/min. This means that Vida V1 owners can effectively plug their scooters into Ather’s fast-charging network.

    Ather recently rolled out its 1,00,000th unit, a True Red 450X, and it has also refreshed its 450X e-scooter line-up with new colours and features for 2023.

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    Ather 450X vs Ola S1 Pro vs TVS iQube S vs Bajaj Chetak EV scooter comparison

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