SUN Mobility, Zypp Electric to Jointly Deploy 10,000 Electric Vehicles across India

SUN Mobility, an energy infrastructure and services provider for electric vehicles (EVs), has entered into a partnership with Zypp Electric, an EV logistics company to deploy 10,000 EVs across various platforms over the next few years.

September 08, 2021. By Manu Tayal

SUN Mobility, an energy infrastructure and services provider for electric vehicles (EVs), has entered into a partnership with Zypp Electric, an EV logistics company to deploy 10,000 EVs across various platforms over the next few years.

This is the first partnership under the recently announced SUN Mobility’s Mobility as a Service (MaaS) offering. Together, the companies have already deployed electric 3-wheeler cargo vehicles in Delhi/NCR and are planning to expand it to 10 other cities soon.

This partnership will provide Zypp with electric mobility solution comprising leading cargo vehicle models integrated with smart batteries and access to a wide network of SWAP POINTS™.

Further, this offering comes with a pay-per-use plan bundled with unlimited battery swaps. Zypp can scale up its fleet operations in an asset-light manner without having to worry about battery and charging infrastructure.

Commenting on the partnership, Akash Gupta, Co-founder & CEO of Zypp Electric, said, “in our pursuit to serve the fast-growing last-mile delivery segment we are delighted to have partnered with SUN Mobility under their MaaS model. This has enabled us to rapidly electrify and deploy our fleet of vehicles with benefits like an unlimited number of Kilometers on road, no downtime for charging, no high upfront capital and other issues about maintenance and warranties. Zypp and SUN Mobility share some great synergies and we are looking forward to scaling this partnership with EVs in various models across the country.”

“With Zypp we are on the verge of transforming urban last-mile delivery. Our smart mobility solution enables various types of electric vehicles to be commercially deployed by using a common energy infrastructure. EVs in last-mile delivery are the fastest-growing segment with over 10% penetration (monthly sales) in the three-wheeler cargo segment. Our comprehensive MaaS offering can enable fleet operators to adapt e-mobility in an accelerated manner. We aim to deploy 10,000 EVs with Zypp on our platform across the country,” said Chetan Maini, Co-Founder and Chairman of SUN Mobility.

Meanwhile, SUN Mobility aimed to onboard over a million vehicles by 2025 accelerated through its MaaS offering.
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