Ola Electric Announces Hypercharger Network - Largest and Fastest 2W EV Charging Network

Ola Electric has announced its plans for providing charging solutions to all its electric 2W customers with Ola Hypercharger Network and home charging.

Laxitha Mundhra
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Ola Electric Announces Hypercharger Network - Largest and Fastest 2W EV Charging Network

Ola Electric has announced its plans for providing charging solutions to all its electric 2W customers. For this, it has unveiled a high-speed Ola Hypercharger Network and home-charger launching in the coming months. The wide and dense Hypercharger Network will have more than 100,000 charging points across 400 cities. In the first year alone, Ola Electric aims to set up over 5,000 charging points across 100 cities in India. This is more than double the existing charging infrastructure in the country.


With the Hypercharger and home charger, the company aims to provide a comprehensive set of charging options for its 2W consumers. Bhavish Aggarwal, Chairman and Group CEO, Ola, states that Electric is the future of mobility. “We are reimagining the entire user experience of owning an electric vehicle. Our plans to build a comprehensive charging network is a key piece of this. By creating the world’s largest and densest 2-wheeler charging network, we will dramatically accelerate the customer adoption of electric vehicles and rapidly move the industry to electric.”

The Hypercharger Network and the Home Charger

With the Hypercharger, users can charge the Ola Scooter up to 50% in just 18 minutes for a 75 km range. It will also provide superior range confidence with deployment across cities and city centres. The company also plans to use dense business districts as standalone towers with charging stations in malls, IT parks, office complexes, cafes etc. The company aims to ensure that its customers always have a Hypercharger nearby.


With the Hypercharger Network, users have to simply arrive at a charging location and plug their scooter into the charging point. They can also monitor the charging progress in real-time on the Ola Electric app. They can, further, use the same app to pay for the charging as well. The home charger, on the other hand, comes with no installation facility. It will provide Ola customers with the convenience to charge their 2W at home. Ola electric scooter users can simply plug it into a regular wall socket for overnight charging.

Ola Home Charging Top View

Ola Hypercharger network and home-charger come with the Ola Scooter range that the company will build in the FutureFactory.


About the Ola Electric FutureFactory in India

Ola is building its FutureFactory on Industry 4.0 principles. Ola will use its own proprietary AI Engine and tech stack to deeply integrate into all its systems. The company aims the system to continuously self-learn and optimise every aspect of the manufacturing process. This will provide unprecedented control, automation and quality to the entire operations; especially with Ola’s implementation of cyber-physical and advanced IoE systems.

The factory has an initial annual capacity of 2 million units. Thus, Ola’s FutureFactory will create 10,000 jobs and serve as the company’s global manufacturing hub for both India and international markets across Europe, UK, Latin America, Australia and New Zealand. The mega-factory is also expected to be the country’s most automated, with about 5,000 robots and automated guided vehicles in use once the factory is fully operational to its full capacity.

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