Terra Charge unveils new 3.3 kW Made in India EV Chargers

The new chargers, named KIWAMI and TAKUMI, signify Terra Charge's commitment to providing advanced charging solutions while bolstering the 'Make in India' initiative.

Terra Charge, a leading EV charging infrastructure development company and Charging Point Operator (CPO), has launched two cutting-edge 3.3kW EV chargers tailored for diverse user needs. The new chargers, named Kiwami and Takumi, signify Terra Charge’s commitment to providing advanced charging solutions while bolstering the ‘Make in India’ initiative.

Kiwami, designed with an iron body, caters specifically to the requirements of fleet operators, offering robust support for smart fleet charging hubs. Meanwhile, Takumi, featuring a plastic body, addresses the charging demands of premium properties and hotel parking lots, enhancing the charging experience for users. Both chargers leverage Terra Charge’s expertise and Japanese manufacturing R&D insights to tackle the challenges associated with inefficient charging solutions.

Manufactured entirely in India using locally sourced components, Kiwami and Takumi exemplify Terra Charge’s dedication to supporting indigenous production and fostering technological innovation within the country. Accessible through the Terra Charge Mobile Application, these highly customized chargers ensure a seamless charging experience for users.

With a focus on quality assurance, Terra Charge has rigorously tested its in-house chargers for durability, including extensive assessments under harsh outdoor weather conditions. Featuring P 54 Protection Levels, these chargers guarantee efficiency and durability, surpassing low-quality alternatives prevalent in the market. Moreover, advanced communication functions such as BLE, 4G, and WiFi facilitate seamless connectivity with mobile applications and hardware.

Commenting on the launch, Mr. Akihiro Ueda, CEO of Terra Charge, emphasized the strategic importance of the new chargers amidst India’s transition towards electric mobility. He stated, “The introduction of Kiwami and Takumi underscores our commitment to meeting the evolving needs of the Indian EV market. By integrating advanced Japanese technology and adhering to the ‘Make in India’ initiative, we aim to support the growth of the EV ecosystem in India and position ourselves as key players in the market.”

The launch of Kiwami and Takumi marks an expansion of Terra Charge’s product range, aligning with the company’s goal to further penetrate India’s Electric Vehicle Charging Station Market. With the market estimated to reach $5.6 billion by 2026, Terra Charge is actively pursuing partnerships to deploy advanced EV chargers and bolster India’s charging infrastructure, thereby contributing to the nation’s sustainable transportation goals.