Ola Electric recently started the deliveries of its Ola S1 and Ola S1 Pro scooters. Just weeks after the rollout, the electric scooter company is rolling out the hypercharger network for its scooter. Bhavish Aggarwal, CEO and Co-Founder of Ola has shared the details about the new hypercharger network along with some pictures of the newly built infrastructure. Also Read - Ola CEO Bhavish Aggarwal shares electric car picture: This is how Twitter responded
Aggarwal announced on Twitter that the rollout of hyperchargers has begun across different cities. The new charging stations are spread across residential complexes as well as BPCL pumps. The company chief informed that over 4000 charging points will be setup in the next year. The points that are functional will be free to use till June 22 for all customers. Also Read - Ola Electric valuation reaches $5 billion after latest $200 million funding round
Aggarwal in his tweet said, “Hypercharger roll out has begun across cities. At key BPCL pumps as well as residential complexes. 4000+ points up through next year. We’re installing across India and will make them operational in 6-8 weeks. Will be free for use till end June 22 for all customers.” Also Read - Ola S1 Pro vs Ather 450X vs Simple One vs TVS iQube vs Bajaj Chetak: Specs compared
Hypercharger roll out has begun across cities. At key BPCL pumps as well as residential complexes. 4000+ points up through next year.
We’re installing across India and will make them operational in 6-8 weeks. Will be free for use till end June 22 for all customers. pic.twitter.com/WKEzok4E98
— Bhavish Aggarwal (@bhash) December 28, 2021
Future of Hypercharger Network
Ola Electric is also expected to formalize its partnership with BPCL to expand the charging network. While the charging facility is free for almost the first six months, Ola is expected to charge users eventually. The pricing may vary in accordance with the state-wide electricity price.
Earlier this year, Ola Electric claimed that it will build the “widest and densest” electric two-wheeler charging network in the world. The company plans to establish over 1 lakh charging points across 400 cities.