To support the fleet, Exponent has already installed 20 e^pumps across Bengaluru and plans to add 80 more in the next 6 months.
Fyn Mobility, last mile e-mobility player has partnered with Exponent Energy- Altigreen to leverage Fyn's IOT-enabled smart EV fleets to operate a fleet of 1500 vehicles that can be offered full charge within 15-minutes.
With this partnership, Fyn plans to roll out EVs to be cross-utilized with a single commercial EV for 2 shifts covering close to 18 hrs of service making the overall cost of operations to businesses much more affordable and opening up new opportunities within the industry, claims the company.
"We are returning the EV-as-a-service industry to look at cross utilization of EVs as a metric of scale rather than just the number of EVs deployed. We believe cross utilization is the more sustainable and eco-friendly approach in the EV logistics industry for the long run,” said Visakh Sasikumar, Founder and CEO, of Fyn Mobility.
With a 15-minute full charge, Fyn will be able to minimize idle time and enable multiple trips with a single Altigreen neEV Tez. To support the fleet, Exponent has already installed 20 e^pumps across Bengaluru and plans to add 80 more in the next 6 months.
Arun Vinayak, Co-founder and CEO, Exponent Energy, said "We now have our e^pump network live across Bangalore, and FYN’s technology stack is key to extracting it. Their treasure trove of insights helps optimize operations and push the limits on cross-utilization".
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