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SoftBank-backed Ola to roll out 100,000 scooter chargers in India

Sprawling network will power ride-hailing company's two-wheelers

Ola's charging stations will be installed in 400 cities in five years. (Photo courtesy of Ola)

MUMBAI -- Indian ride-hailing startup Ola will create a network of more than 100,000 two-wheeler charging points nationwide to accommodate the company's electric scooters slated for launch later this year.

The Ola Hypercharger Network will start out with a first-year push to install 5,000 charging stations in 100 cities -- "more than double the existing charging infrastructure in the country," the company says.

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