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Log9, Trinity Cleantech Team Up for Interoperable Charging Network

Log9, a prominent innovator in EV charging solutions, and Trinity Cleantech, a comprehensive provider of sustainable solutions, have come together to establish an interoperable charging network. Trinity Cleantech plans to deploy 2,000 public charging stations under its brand name “Thunder+” across India by the end of the next financial year. The company is confident that its expertise in manufacturing, software, and infrastructure management will ensure reliable and efficient service for every charge. They are aiming to lead the market in Type 6 fast chargers, which represent the next-generation standard for charging speed and convenience.

Trinity’s Thunder Platform is designed to seamlessly integrate with Log9’s “Instacharge” platform, streamlining operations and enhancing user experience. They have committed to adhering to the BCA LEV DC standard (IS 17017-25 & IS 17017-2-6), which provides users with the confidence to charge anywhere securely. As the EV landscape continues to evolve, Log9 and Trinity are dedicated to adapting to technological advancements in connectors, protocols, and payment gateways, ensuring continued compatibility for years to come.

Kartik Hajela, Co-Founder & COO of Log9, expressed pride in partnering with Trinity Cleantech, highlighting Trinity’s early involvement in the EV industry. He emphasized the emerging importance of Type 6/Bharat LEV DC as a standard fast-charge protocol for last-mile low-voltage vehicles. Log9, as a pioneer in fast charging in India, is aggressively working to ensure that access to this technology is available to their next-generation fast-charge battery customers.

Raj Kumar Medimi, CEO of Trinity Cleantech, described this partnership as a milestone for Trinity Cleantech Private Limited, providing access to fast charging for all vehicles with Type-6 connectors across the country. He emphasized that this development would enable them to establish DC Fast Charging stations, boosting industry confidence and enhancing convenience for existing e3Ws and e2Ws owners. Medimi expressed hope that this partnership would accelerate EV adoption, combat vehicular pollution, and improve environmental conditions.