Ola to deploy a million electric vehicles in India by 2021


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From cycle rickshaws to "shuttles" and last-mile transport, three-wheelers continue to be a dominant form of daily transit for many across the country as well as "a source of livelihood for millions of people every day". Firstly the competitive study of companies that engaged in production and marketing of EV (Electric Vehicle) Motor Controller, past and future market statistics and analysis based on EV (Electric Vehicle) Motor Controller segments (covers research regions, EV (Electric Vehicle) Motor Controller product type and applications). Less than a year ago, we launched India's first multi-modal electric pilot in Nagpur.

Ola did not say which manufacturers would provide the three-wheelers or whether it would be the company making the purchases or whether the vehicles would be driver-owned. "It also represents an immediate opportunity to improve outcomes for all stakeholders while reducing pollution across towns and cities", Ola co-founder and CEO Bhavish Aggarwal said was quoted as saying.

Ola is believed to already be in talks with several state governments, OEM (original equipment manufacturers), and EV innovators across the globe.

Last month, Ola also roped in Anand Shah, an advisor to a lobby firm headed by former US Secretary of State Madeline Albright, to drive its electric vehicle program.

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"Ola, which operates in 110 Indian cities and has over a million driver partners, said the electric 3-wheelers will be introduced in 3 cities but did not name them". As a part of the Maharashtra deal, e-cabs, e-buses, e-rickshaws, and e-autos will all be brought on one platform.

The statement reads, "Recently, the issue of charging of batteries of electric vehicles has been deliberated at various forums as to whether or not charging stations would be required to obtain a license under the Act. The charging of battery essentially involves utilisation of electrical energy for its conversion to chemical energy, which gets stored in the battery".

In the cab market is Lithium Cabs, which uses only Mahindra EON vehicles, but for B2B use.

Currently, Delhi seems to be a thriving hub for e-rickshaws.

Launched in 2011, with a cheeky $1.1 billion from major investors under its belt, Ola now claims to have 125 million users.