Hero Electric is set to partner with Jio-bp to improve mobility options for electric two-wheelers, which is a development that is anticipated to increase EV adoption and mobility in India. According to the sources, customers of Hero Electric are anticipated to have access to Jio bp’s charging and swapping network.
Both companies assert that they will use the best of their global electrification learnings and apply them to the Indian market to create a differentiated customer experience.
Under the name Jio-bp pulse, Jio-bp is running its EV charging and switching stations. The Jio-bp pulse app’s goal is to make it easier for users to locate nearby charging stations for their EVs. Furthermore, Jio-bp aims to develop an ecosystem for electric mobility to benefit all the participants in the EV value chain.
On the other hand, Hero delivers electric mobility solutions to its consumers. Hero Electric’s vision is to transform the e-mobility sector in India.
Reliance BP Mobility Limited (RBML) is an Indian fuels and mobility joint venture between Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) and bp, operating under the brand Jio-bp.The joint venture takes use of Reliance’s nationwide reach and its millions of customers via the Jio digital platform.
It brings a wealth of experience from around the world in sophisticated low-carbon mobility solutions, retail, and high-quality differentiated fuels. In addition to selling traditional fuels, RBML offers its clients cutting-edge mobility choices, such as EV charging stations and battery swapping stations, as well as alternative fueling options (BSS).
About Hero Electric India
One of the first and largest electric two-wheeler manufacturers in India, Hero Electric has been at the forefront of the sector. The business has a production facility in Ludhiana and sells a variety of electric scooters to a wide range of clients.
Currently, Hero Electric has over 750 (and constantly growing) sales and service locations dispersed around the nation, in addition to sizable charging infrastructure and roadside mechanics with EV expertise. It introduced the innovative idea of charging stations for on-the-go charging as well as the first lithium-ion-based electric scooters in India, among many other firsts for the sector.
In India, the firm has over 4.5 lakh electric two-wheelers and has been providing sustainable transport options. Over the past 14 years and counting, the company has been supplying sustainable travel options. With over 4.5 lakh electric two-wheelers in India, the company has also played a key role in establishing and promoting the EV market in the nation.