Now you can charge your electric vehicle in just 15 minutes, claims Exponent Energy

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The first line of products offered by the brand is a battery pack and charging station called E-Pack and E-Pump respectively. With these products, Exponent Energy is claiming 0 to 100% rapid charge within just 15 minutes for commercial vehicles.

Former Chief Product Officer of Ather Energy, a company selling electric scooters in the country, Arun Vinayak has recently launched his new start-up, which is known as Exponent Energy. Sanjay Bayalal, his colleague at Ather Energy, joins him as a co-founder. The aim of this exponent is to simplify energy for electric vehicles by creating a flexible energy stack. Simply put, it is a technology that according to the company enables the flow of energy and information between the grid and the vehicle.

According to the information, the first line of products offered by the brand is a battery pack and charging station called E-Pack and E-Pump respectively. With these products, Exponent Energy is claiming 0 to 100% rapid charge in just 15 minutes for commercial vehicles with any number of wheels. It can be used in conjunction with the use of affordable lithium-ion cells, and the brand is also claiming a 3,000 cycle life warranty on these. 

Arun Vinayak, Co-Founder, Exponent Energy, said, “It is easy to shift EVs from 0 to 1, however, how complex the 1 to 100 scale remains for EVs today. There is a terrible gap between the charger and battery. Charge time and battery life are a big issue. He further adds that there is huge potential in the Indian EV space but to get there, we need to simplify energy for EVs by solving critical technical problems."

Sanjay Bayalal, Co-Founder, Exponent Energy, said that “In India, commercial vehicles currently account for about 10% of the total vehicles sold in the country, yet consume 70% of on-road energy. There is a need for a reliable rapid charging network that keeps them running. To meet this demand, Exponent Energy intends to actively collaborate with all industry players."