EV Charging Infrastructure Startup Charge Zone Picks up $19 Million

Charge Zone, founded in 2019, is a charging infrastructure provider that fuels the electric buses, trucks, and cars via B2B and B2C networks.

BlueOrchard Finance led the Series A1 investment round for the Vadodara-based firm in March of last year, raising $54 million.

Kartikey Hariyani, the founder and CEO of Charge Zone (formerly known as Charge+Zone), stated in a press release that “with this infusion of capital.

Charge Zone plans to use the funding to expand its high-speed charging network for the electric cars, buses, and trucks across important towns and highways in India

The six-year-old Charge Zone, led by Kartikey Hariyani, offers super-fast EV charging at over 3,200 terminals spread across 400 locations in India and the UAE.

Hyundai, Mahindra & Mahindra, Ashok Leyland, Volvo Eicher, Tata Motors, Marriott, Hyatt, Fortune, and Landmark Group are among the OEMs.