ACME Group, the leading solar power developer and energy storage solution provider in India launches India’s 1st Battery Swapping & Charging Station for the Electric Vehicles. The EcoCharge Battery Swapping & Charging Station comes with the following advantages:
Lowest Operating Cost
Swapping time less than filling Fuel
Build, Own & Operate Model
ICAT/ARAI Approved Lithium Batteries
Option for Battery to Grid (B to G)
ACME has provided EcoCharge Battery Swapping & Charging Stations to Ola for their Pilot Project at Nagpur City in which 200 vehicles including bus, auto and car--- all running on electricity was launched in the first stage on May 26, 2017. This Project was flagged off at the hands of Shri Nitin Gadkari, Union Minister for Road Transport, Shipping and Roadways. We have setup battery Swapping & Charging Stations with Lithium Batteries for electric vehicle at multiple locations in Nagpur. We plan to replicate similar swapping and charging infrastructure in other cities of India to facilitate adoption of electric mobility.
"We are honored to participate in this project with OLA which is a great example of the Make in India initiative. Our solution delivers performance needed for anxiety free transport at lowest cost which a common man can afford and at the same time it helps environment to be pollution free” said Mr. Manoj Kumar Upadhyay, Founder & Chairman, ACME Group.ACME has always been a front runner as far as embracing new technologies are concerned. We have demonstrated that Energy storage solutions integrated with solar can be very effective in managing electricity demand. We strongly advocate that Energy Storage Solutions along-with Solar would be a game changer in times to come. Our vision is to develop and adopt technologies which help humanity to move from scarcity to plenty. We believe that every segment of the social sector should get access to sustainable & affordable energy and transportation while protecting our environment.
ACME offers Lithium Batteries with our in-house developed intelligent BMS technology for electric mobility & stationary applications ranging from KWh to MWh. ACME has a State-of-the-Art Lithium Battery Manufacturing Facility at Rudrapur, Uttarakhand which is spread over an area of 28 Acres. ACME is also working on various R&D projects on storage technologies.
Mr. Upadhyay further adds, “I see a future of energy storage along-with solar to provide 24x7 power and oil-free transportation. This should help India to solve many problems like reducing pollution, reducing oil import and will enable many industries to come up and increase employment. We thank Government for starting to put a similar level of focus on energy storage solutions like they did in Solar Mission.”