Servotech and Electra EV Launch India's First GB/T-CCS2 Charging Solution

Servotech and Electra EV Launch India?s First GB/T-CCS2 Charging Solution
Servotech Power Systems Ltd., a pioneer in EV charger and solar solutions development, has partnered with Electra EV, India's foremost Electric Vehicle Powertrain solutions provider, to co-develop groundbreaking EV charger technology. The companies have recently filed patents for this collaborative endeavor.
These innovative solutions facilitate rapid DC charging of GB/T Bharat DC 001 vehicles, operating on sub 200V DC platforms, via the CCS2 charging network. This adaptation involves integrating a connector using a compact additional device, addressing the identified requirement by Electra EV for their OEM and fleet clients. This advancement streamlines charging compatibility, obviating the necessity for costly dual infrastructure setup. It offers advantages to both passenger services and commercial vehicles utilizing the GB/T Bharat DC 001 protocol.
“We are thrilled to partner with Electra EV, a company that shares our vision for a sustainable and accessible e-mobility future”, stated Arun Handa, Chief Technical Officer, Servotech Power Systems Ltd. “This collaboration brings together exceptional technological expertise and a commitment to innovation. The joint ownership of these patents will accelerate the development of a next-generation EV charging ecosystem that benefits businesses and consumers alike”.
“Electra EV is delighted to announce the collaboration with Servotech Power Systems, which is working towards reimagining the EV charging landscape with solutions that are fit for purpose”, stated Samir Yajnik, CEO of Electra EV. “This breakthrough technology aligns perfectly with Electra EV’s mission to pioneer the transition to electric vehicles. We see incredible potential for solutions from this collaboration in progressing India’s EV growth journey”.
The collaboration between Servotech Power Systems Ltd. and Electra EV marks a significant milestone in advancing the EV industry not only in India but also in other nations embracing the GB/T Bharat DC 001 standard. Through the optimization of charging infrastructure and reduction of expenses, this joint effort lays the foundation for the extensive acceptance of electric vehicles.