Goenka says Mahindra is looking to electrify radio taxi operator Meru’s fleet, although there is no deadline
Automobile entity Mahindra & Mahindra says shared mobility will be the base of its electric mobility plan.
"This is in tune with government policy. The company is working with state governments and fleet operators to make electric mobility viable. Mahindra now has 22,000-23,000 electric vehicles (EVs) on ground,” said Pawan Goenka, managing director.
EVs, believes the company, can take off faster in the shared mobility segment.
Goenka also notes many states have started procuring electric buses, with at least 4,000 of these to on the road this year. Mahindra Electric has been in partnership with electric fleet provider Lithium Urban for five years,
First Published: Jan 09 2020 | 9:48 PM IST