BLive and Alliance University join hands to deploy electric cycles on campus under the Green Campus Programme

By entering the collaboration with BLive, Alliance University has become Bengaluru's first private university to implement the Green Campus Program for its students and staff.

Autocar Pro News Desk By Autocar Pro News Desk calendar 25 Aug 2023 Views icon2064 Views Share - Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to LinkedIn Share to Whatsapp
Bhaumik Sanghvi, Business Head, BLive addressing the launch event

Bhaumik Sanghvi, Business Head, BLive addressing the launch event

BLive, a multibrand EV platform, has joined hands with Alliance University under the Green Campus program to deploy 15 electric cycles in the university campus on a pay-per-use model.

Through this partnership, BLive aims to provide university students and staff with pocket-friendly, eco-friendly, and convenient electric mobility options to achieve its target of promoting 100% clean mobility in India.

By entering the collaboration with BLive, Alliance University has become Bengaluru's first private university to implement the Green Campus Program for its students and staff.

To make it convenient for students and staff to use electric cycles, two docking
stations will be set up on the university campus. To start a ride, students will have to
scan a QR code using the Chartered Bike app from PlayStore/App. After completing the ride, they will be required to dock the e-cycle back at the designated station. 

BLive, along with its fleet partner Chartered Bike Pvt Ltd, will conduct training
sessions and orientation programs to familiarize students with the operation, safety
measures, and maintenance requirements of the e-cycles, ensuring their seamless
and safe usage.

Samarth Kholkar, CEO and Co-founder of BLive, said, "This step initiative will make it easier for students and staff to move around the campus quickly and conveniently. This partnership also highlights our shared commitment to sustainability and will serve as a model for businesses and educational institutions to foster meaningful collaboration and create a positive impact on the planet."

 

 

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