Electric One and Ipower Batteries join hands
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Electric One and Ipower Batteries join hands to set up battery health check-up and replacement centres.

The partnership will establish 500 first-of-its-kind battery health and replacement centres.

Electric scooter superstore chain Electric One has partnered with Ipower batteries to set up first-of-its-kind battery health and replacement centres in India. These centres will offer EV battery checking and replacement services.

Both companies have partnered to set up 500 centres across the country. These centres will cater to electric scooters from companies like Hero Electric, Okinawa, Battre, Ampere, Pure EV, Benling, Kinetic Green, Okaya, etc.

They will also offer extended warranties for up to 3 years. The training and awareness programs around battery testing and replacement will be conducted at Ipower’s battery manufacturing and R&D facility in Kundli, Haryana, under the Supervision of the Electric One Technical Team.

Electric One

Electric One is an electric scooter superstore chain. It offers electric scooters from various companies like Okinawa, Kinetic, SAR group, GT Force, Hero Lectro, Go Zero, Emotorad, Gemopai, Hero Electric, Battre, Ampere, Pure EV, Benling, and Kinetic Green under one roof.
Currently, they have more than 100 stores in 15 states and are planning to expand it to 250 stores.

Ipower Batteries Pvt. Ltd.

IPower batteries is a Sonipat, Haryana-based battery manufacturing and R&D company. Their manufacturing plant in Sonipat, Haryana, is spread over an area of 50,000 sq ft. They manufacture Li-Ion and Lead Acid batteries.

Official statements

Mr. Amit Das, Founder & CEO of Electric One, said: The company has plans to invest more than 15 million USD to stabilise the growing market with future technology and virtual dealership modes boosting retail sales for its dealer partners. After streamlining sales efficiency and the supply chains with the right fit of quality batteries, customer satisfaction and after-sales support with complete peace of mind are the key areas to focus.

Mr. Vikas Aggarwal, MD & Founder of Ipower Batteries, said: As EV battery manufacturers, we feel the recent spate of EV vehicles catching fire has a lot to do with raising people’s awareness about the EV segment as a whole too. There are many aspects to EVs than just a vehicle and its battery. People using them need to be aware of on-ground realities for EVs to take off full-fledged in India. The country is warming up to the concept, and we as key players in the industry, need to also ensure a safe transition to EV.

Electric One and Ipower Batteries join hands

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