Indian charging platform for electric vehicles, ElectricPe, has announced to onboard Rohit Agarwal as its Chief Technology Officer (CTO). According to the company, Agarwal will lead the product tech strategy and development team to provide seamless full-stack solutions across all ev stakeholders and help bring mass adoption to clean mobility in India.
Eying expansion the company strives to deploy 100,000 public charging points by the end of 2022.
“Rohit's deep technology expertise will bring in the righhought-leadership to enable us to create the best-in-class user experience for our customers. In addition to helping accelerate the adoption of the latest technologies, Rohit will play a critical role in strengthening our development verticals and growing our offerings,” Avinash Sharma, co-founder and CEO ElectricPe, said.
Prior to his appointment at ElectricPe, Rohit worked at Udaan in the Ads team. He has also worked with companies including Yahoo and Limeroad. He even founded a startup in the enterprise domain named Ikarus, where he helped clients like Ingram Micro, KPMG, and Volkswagen automate their business processes. Rohit is a computer science engineer and an alumnus of IIT Delhi.
While speaking on his appointment, Rohit said, “I'm thrilled to be working with Avinash and Raghav and solve the technology needs the EV ecosystem requires.”
“The company has successfully aggregated 2,500 public charging points in less than three months & has raced to become the market leader in Bengaluru. As an industry in the making, I look forward to integrating new innovations and product features to raise the bar and make ElectricPe India's largest and most trusted e-mobility platform that will transform the way people choose to commute,” Rohit added.
In his new role Agarwal will help expand the development team and be responsible for scaling the network by focusing on industry-required safety & security standards for EV charging, technology development, customer experience, added service offerings, and seamless accessibility.