Hyderabad-based start-up Rikarica has formally launched its services in India. The start-up is an app and web-based EV charging aggregator platform. Right at the launch, the company provided cutting-edge solutions through more than 50 charging stations set up across the state of Maharashtra.
Started in 2019, the start-up aspires to cater to pan-India EV users who face problems related to charging their vehicles. The company will be providing real-time information regarding EV charging stations in their vicinity.
The IoT-powered company will help the charging station OEMs in taking decisions that will optimize their resources for better revenue and longer maintenance-free operations. This apart, the fleet owners get to mobilize their fleet without losing out on business hours.
With an integrated Google map API and payment wallet, the platform promises the most convenient tool for users to meet their EV charging needs. According to founder Samridh Singh, India is expecting an 800% jump in EV vehicles, and to meet the demand already, over 2600 stations have been sanctioned under FAME-II.
The company intends to start operations in Hyderabad and is already in talks with many RWA’s to begin its operations. Rikarica is based on OCCP, which is more compliant to global norms and advanced as against other similar services in the Indian market.