Tata Power deploys 32 e-bikes, 24 cars for maintenance of Mumbai distribution network

32 e-bikes and 24 cars have been deployed for operations and maintenance of the Mumbai distribution network.

Autocar Pro News Desk By Autocar Pro News Desk calendar 04 Apr 2023 Views icon4952 Views Share - Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to LinkedIn Share to Whatsapp

The country's largest power generation company Tata Power has deployed 32 e-bikes and 24 cars, for operations and maintenance of the Mumbai distribution network, which is expected to result in savings of 1.22 lakh plus green kilometres and the reduction of roughly 80 tonnes of carbon emissions each year, as per a press note. 

Sanjay Banga, President-T & D, Tata Power, V. Shirkhande, Chief Mumbai Transmission, Tata Power, and Nilesh Kane, Chief Mumbai Distribution, Tata Power along with other senior colleagues flagged off the utility fleet at Tata Power’s Dharavi Receiving Station in Mumbai. 

This initiative ties in with the government's aim of being a 100 percent electric vehicle nation by 2030. Electric vehicles in India have scaled a new high with the fiscal year 2023 ending, charging past the 100,000-units mark for the sixth month in a row. 

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