EV Charging India

You might be thinking about what a hosting of EV charging stations can do for your business, right? But let me tell you that EVs are the future! As we know that petrol and diesel prices are only Electric cars are undoubtedly an answer to a number of mobility and fuel related challenges that India is facing today. As we all know that petrol and diesel prices are hiked to 80.43 rupees/ltr and 80.53 rupees/ltr respectively, which makes us at least think once that EV vehicles are worth buying. Also giving a major power to electric vehicle (EV) mobility the government has approved installation of 2,600 EV charging stations in 62 cities under FAME II. It's also a fact that the Ev vehicles are a bit costly (so as the conventional vehicles) but the charging is way affordable than the petrol and diesel in India itself.
Statiq provides the best EV charging in India, which is a safe, trustworthy, affordable and available charging base termed as the great support to EV holders. This article talks about EV Charging Standards in India and how Statiq will help you to charge your Electric vehicle easily without any hustle.

rather than getting low, which makes electric vehicles worth buying for people and more EV charging stations to set up. The Government of India has this ambitious plan to complete the conversion to electric vehicles in coming time. All the leading manufacturers like Hyundai, Tata, and Mahindra have come up with their versions of electric vehicles. Electric bikes, scooters and buses are already launched by reputable brands like Ashok Leyland, Hero, Revolt, TATA Motors and others, and it will ofcourse increase the number of vehicles for charging, which clearly shows profit via hosting for you.
And of course not to forget, Electric pickup trucks! They are in the line too! All these indicate one thing, i.e. there will be huge demand for a public charging base.
But if you still are not satisfied enough to go for the hosting then before starting with the setup let's talk about the benefits of becoming a EV charging host in detail.

EV Charging Supplier India


It refers to the supply of electricity  to an electric vehicle (EV), commonly called “charging stations” or “charging docks”. In simple terms, an EVSE is a wall mounted box that supplies electric energy for the recharging of electric vehicle batteries.
Did you know electric car's such as the Mahindra e2o or the Nissan Leaf come with an onboard charger that is built into the car? Then why do we need an EVSE? The charging station is really just a device that safely allows electricity to flow. But, the EVSE enhances safety by enabling two-way communication between the charging station and the electric vehicle. EVSEs may also offer validation, metering, payment services, and remote tracking.

Ev Charging Protocols


The Electric Vehicle Charging Protocol allows the use of a single inductive charger by multiple EV's. Charging Protocols define the type of Connector that goes into vehicle inlet, max power and voltage for the connection, communication protocols, and type of the communication link.

Ev Charging Central Management System


Central Management System(CMS) is often used by EV (Electric Vehicle) charging companies to monitor, measure, and control the electricity charging loads. It is a cloud-based backend system managed by the company operating the charging station. The EVSE communicates with the CMS to manage user authorisation, billing and rate of charging. The CMS will also enable user-facing apps to help end-users find nearest charging stations, reserve a charging slot and pay. Statiq is a best Ev charging company across India which will provide you CMS through their site (statiq.in) and also through mobile app available in playstore.

Ev Charging AC and DC in India


What is Ac Charging?
AC(Alternating current) charging is the most common charging method for electric vehicles with a plug. When plugging an electric vehicle into a normal charge point, the power gets converted inside the vehicle, then moves into the car battery. Charging speeds depend on the output power of the chargepoint as well as the convertor’s capabilities to convert the power to DC.

What is Dc Charging?
DC(Direct Current) charging can transform alternating current (AC) to direct current (DC) itself, then it bypasses the onboard charger of an electric car and sends this current directly to the battery.


So basically, there are two places where you can charge your EV and that is, first, obviously your home and the second one is at some public place like- parking plots, shopping malls, workplace, residential area, hotels etc. An electric car or bike can be easily plugged into your home and charged with the use of an EV charger. It is found that over 80% of the electric car users charge their EVs overnight at home or at work. So, first of all we will go with the basic charging place that is our home, and then we will move further to the public places.

Home Charging

Home chargers are generally used with a 230V/15A single phase plug (the same plug we use for high load household appliances such as air-conditioners) that delivers up to 2.5kW of output power. Clearly, home charging is a type of AC (Alternating Current) charging. The amount of electricity consumed is added to home-metering. You can charge your Ev with the basic plug used to charge your household appliances. Amount of time taken to charge an EV depends on the rate of charging and the amount of charge required (depends on the battery’s usable capacity). Home charging can charge electric scooters in 2-3 hours, and electric cars in 6-7 hours.


You can charge your car when parked in public locations, like at the supermarket, gym, cinema, retail parks, town-centre car parks - you name it.
It’s not usually necessary to fully charge your battery at your destination, but frequent top-ups mean that you don’t run low or have to wait while your battery recharges from empty. You’ll need to bring your own charging cable and often need to download a smartphone app to start your charge (although in some cases it’s as simple as just plugging in). I will recommend you to download “Statiq mobile app” or also you can visit their site(www.statiq.in)


Public electric charging refers to the charging of your Ev’s outside your home charging. In public charging, roadside charging points are made available for you to charge your electric vehicle. It also includes charging stations in public places or commercial facilities open to the public, for example service stations and tourist attractions and charging stations in open car parks, for example commercial buildings and parking plots.

The public ev charging standards in India includes;


We already discussed AC(Alternating Current) charging and EVSE(Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment) earlier, now the term comes to the Public AC charging standard-AC001. AC001 can deliver maximum 15A charging current at 3.3 kW power to three vehicles all together. However, as mentioned earlier, AC EVSEs supply current to the vehicle’s onboard chargers. India, as onboard chargers for 2-wheelers, 3-wheelers and 4-wheelers have max power ratings up to 2.5 kW to 3 kW.

AC 001 is essentially low power charging, so there is no communication protocol defined for EV-EVSE communication. Two-way communication between EVSE(Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment) and the CMS follows an international standard – Open Charge Point Protocol (OCPP) over the internet.


We also already discussed DC(Direct Current) charging earlier. So, now we will discuss the term Public DC charging standard-DC001. It can deliver maximum 200A charging current at 15 kW power, directly to the vehicle’s battery. DC-001 specifies OCPP(Open Charge Point Protocol) protocol for EVSE-CMS communication and uses custom GB/T for EV-EVSE communication over CAN(Controller Area Network) mode. Existing vehicles in India use CAN protocol for internal communication, hence the same was selected for communication between EVSE and EV’s Battery Management System.

In case you are planning an electric car or two-wheeler in the future or you already have one and have concerns about its charging, you can contact “Statiq”, as they will answer all the questions you might have regarding EV charging. While the international markets have already progressed and accepted mass market EVs like Nissan Leaf and Toyota Prius, India, on the other hand, is just about pulling up socks to join the EV race.
I would highly recommend you to contact Statiq and use their mobile app to discover, book and pay for nearby chargers. Their network consists of both car chargers and bike chargers. You can find smart public EV chargers at parking places such as office spaces, shopping malls, residential apartments, restaurants, hotels etc. It lets you see live availability of charge points. This is the start of a new era which will change the way we look at mobility today. So in case you are planning an electric car or two-wheeler in the future or you already got one and have concerns about its charging, you can contact “Statiq”(statiq.in). Hurry up! Go EV charging and Statiq friendly today!



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