Electric Vehicles Start-up EV Motors India announces appointment of Arvind Gujral as Chief Executive Officer
New Delhi: EV Motors India today announced the appointment of Arvind Gujral as Chief Executive Officer – EV Charging Infrastructure, as the company enters its next phase of growth. With a mandate to lead the EV charging infrastructure business, Arvind will strategically support the setting up of EV charging franchise network across India, through appointment of Master Franchise, identify new business opportunities and partnerships for providing EV Charging solutions for Passenger Cars, two-wheeler and three-wheeler industry. The appointment will further establish EV Motors India as the leading force in today’s electric vehicle charging market.
Arvind comes with an extensive experience of more than three decades in Sales, Business Development, Operations, General Management, and Leadership with large organizations in the power sector and consumer businesses. In the past, he has been associated with prominent companies such as CESC, an RPG group company and BSES Rajdhani Power Ltd. He is an alumnus of the Indian Institute of Technology, Varanasi and the Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore.
Commenting on his appointment, Arvind Gujral said, “Electric vehicle space in India is still at a nascent stage, and this is an exciting time in the marketplace. I am delighted to have the opportunity to develop ‘PlugNgo’ brand and work to build an ecosystem that can accelerate the adoption of electric mobility across India. Our focus will also be to introduce cutting-edge technologies in mobility and deliver exceptional value to our partners.”
Vinit Bansal (Managing Director – EV Motors India) said “We are delighted to have Arvind on board and he will play a significant role in scaling up the company’s recently launched Public EV Charging brand ‘PlugNgo’. EV Motors is seeking to install over 6500 charging outlets, each with multiple charging stations, spread across cities, businesses and residential complexes of India, over the next five years.”