Novotel Hyderabad Convention Centre Introduces EV Charging Station for Sustainable Travel

Novotel Hyderabad launches fast EV charging station (60kW) for guests, promoting sustainability and a greener future.

Hyderabad – Novotel Hyderabad Convention Centre has launched a cutting-edge Jio EV Charging Station at its premises offering guests and visitors an efficient and convenient way to charge their electric vehicles.  This initiative marks a significant step towards the hotel’s commitment to sustainability and eco-friendly practices.

The Jio EV Charging Station, boasting an impressive capacity of 60kW, exemplifies cutting-edge technology with its fast-charging capabilities designed to prioritize speed and convenience. Equipped to accommodate two vehicles simultaneously, guests can now recharge their EVs swiftly while availing themselves of the hotel’s amenities or attending events at the convention centre.

This initiative aligns with Novotel Hyderabad Convention Centre’s sustainability goals. The introduction of the EV Charging Station represents a proactive step towards reducing carbon emissions and fostering environmentally conscious practices within the community. By facilitating access to EV charging infrastructure, the hotel seeks to drive the adoption of electric vehicles and pave the way for a greener future.

Mr. Rubin Cherian, General Manager of Novotel Hyderabad Convention Centre, expressed his enthusiasm, stating, “At Novotel Hyderabad Convention Centre, we are deeply committed to sustainability and minimizing our environmental footprint. The introduction of the EV Charging Station reflects our dedication to embracing innovative solutions that support eco-friendly transportation options. We believe this initiative will not only benefit our guests but also contribute to the broader sustainability efforts in Hyderabad.”

Novotel Hyderabad Convention Centre invites guests, residents, and the local community to take advantage of the new Jio EV Charging Station and join in the journey towards a more sustainable future.

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