The company says that these stations have 180 kW dual gun charger and 360 kW power cabinet. Another USP is that it has four guns supplying 60 kW at 200 amps and one mass delivering 500 amps (DC) current using liquid cooling technology. Additionally, these superchargers convert AC to DC, supplying high-power DC voltage and current directly to the EV batteries for faster charging.
The company has also said that solar panels are being used in some stations to increase stability.
According to Charge Zone, these superchargers cater to the needs of long-distance transportation and city-based EVs, providing an estimated charging time of 15 to 20 minutes depending on the battery capacity of the vehicle. The company aims to install more than 150 superchargers across the country.
By March 2023, the Charge Zone network had more than 3,200 charging points at 1,600 EV charging stations across 37 cities, covering more than 10,000 kilometers of highways.