Omega Seiki Mobility, an electric vehicle manufacturer, has opened OSM E-Link Charging Station at IGDTUW, Indira Gandhi Delhi Technical University for Women.
The company has begun work on the IGDTUW premises. It will set up equipment, a testing laboratory and an EV charging station to conduct various consultancy and research work until the end of 2023.
Uday Narang (Founder and Chairman of Omega Seiki Mobility) stated that “Team OSM installed an electric vehicle charger on the campus Indira Gandhi Delhi Technical Universities for Women in New Delhi.” This is the OSM eLink’s first EV charger in the capital.
“The company intends to place more chargers in public places over the next few months. These chargers can be used to charge OSM Rapid EV or RapidEV Pro,” he said.
Amita Dev, Vice Chancellor, IGDTUW said, “The installation of EV Chargers at IGDTUW is aimed to reinforce the research and development in the field of electric vehicles technology. This development will be very promising for fast progress in the field of clean energy mobility and sustainable development.”
In December 2021, Omega Seiki Mobility signed an MOU with IGDTUW. This agreement allows for the creation, simulation, testing and production of automobile components, as well as full vehicle development for EVs and battery packs. OSM’s vehicles can also be improved through efficiency and performance improvements with students from IGDTUW.
In a statement, the company stated that it would also collaborate with IGDTUW students in designing, developing, and sampling manufacturing a racing car model to compete in international competitions.
OSM recently entered into a partnership with Agri Junction in order for the deployment of over 10,000 electric vehicles in rural areas by FY 2023.