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Hero Electric to set up 2,000 recharging stations in India.

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Hero Electric, an India-based automaker, is establishing 2,000 recharging stations in India to recharge its vehicles.

The company presently has 12 charging stations operational in Delhi. It intends to increase this number to 10,000 over the next three years.

The automaker has declined to reveal the details of investment on expanding the recharging stations.

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