The companies also claimed they have together helped cut over 20,000 tonnes of Carbon Dioxide emissions and save 850,000 litres of fuel through e-mobility
January 09, 2020. By News Bureau
Mahindra Electric and Lithium Urban Technologies has announced their conglomerate has acheived 100 million electric kilometers (e-kms) with over 500 Mahindra EVs running more than 100,000 e-kms.
Mahindra has so far sold around 30,000 electric vehicles. "Our partnership is aimed at increasing the large scale adoption of EVs and expanding portfolio in 3 Wheelers and 4 wheelers category. We want to focus much more on the shared mobility within 150 km range and not on personal mobility," Pawan Goenka, Managing Director, Mahindra & Mahindra said.
Lithium Urban Technologies' Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer Sanjay Krishnan said the company is hopeful of expanding continuously and crossing a billion e-kilometer in a few years.
The companies also claimed they have together helped cut over 20,000 tonne of Carbon Dioxide emissions and save 850,000 litres of fuel through e-mobility.
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