Kinetic Green ties up with SmartE

ST Correspondent
Wednesday, 13 September 2017

Pune: City-based Kinetic Green, India’s largest manufacturer of electric three-wheelers, has entered into a strategic partnership with SmartE, the country’s first and largest shared electric mobility company, to introduce 10,000 electric three-wheelers across the country within 18 months.

Pune: City-based Kinetic Green, India’s largest manufacturer of electric three-wheelers, has entered into a strategic partnership with SmartE, the country’s first and largest shared electric mobility company, to introduce 10,000 electric three-wheelers across the country within 18 months.

Under this partnership, the first batch of 500 vehicles has been rolled out in Gurugram, in collaboration with Delhi Metro Rail, HSIIDC and Rapid Metro Gurgaon. The service was flagged of by Minister for Road Transport and Highways Nitin Gadkari recently and has received tremendous response from passengers of Metro as a convenient, safe and affordable last mile connectivity solution. In the coming months, this service will be rolled out in multiple cities across the country.

Speaking on the importance of this collaboration, Founder and CEO of Kinetic Green Energy and Power Solutions, Sulajja Firodia Motwani said, “Kinetic Green’s mission is to provide green mobility to the masses. Kinetic Green is pleased to partner with SmartE for deployment of a vast fleet of electric vehicles, especially electric rickshaws to offer a green and differentiated last mile connectivity and affordable urban public transport solution to the citizens of India. We are extremely pleased with the response received to this initiative at Delhi Metro. We hope to expand the scope to various other cities with Metro services as well as to help provide a green affordable public transport in the new Smart Cities of India.”

Co-Founder and CEO, SmartE, Goldie Srivastava said, “We are excited about the partnership with Kinetic Green and believe this marks a truly significant milestone in country’s journey toward becoming a 100 per cent electric vehicle nation by 2030.”

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