Chartered Speed Limited’s subsidiary Chartered Bike, one of India’s leading surface transport mobility companies, has announced that it will provide over 2,000 Electric bikes and 200 Electric Vehicle (EV) charging stations in Mumbai in a timespan of next three to six months, the company said in an official statement.
The e-bikes, which will be powered by Adani Electricity, can be accessed by delivery partners of all e-commerce, food aggregators & delivery platforms. The company claimed that this initiative will kick off a mini green revolution for Mumbaikars.
Sanyam Gandhi, Director, Chartered Speed Limited, said, “With an aim to provide sustainable solutions to e-commerce delivery partners in Mumbai, Adani Electricity has been an ideal partner for us. They are supporting us in providing space and power supply and we are capitalising on using that to help delivery partners save between Rs 150-200 per day with an all-electric fleet.”
The partnership will provide a unique solution to delivery partners who can use these chartered bikes without driving licence having a restricted speed of 25kms per hour. Currently, Chartered Speed has launched 50 such e-bikes in the eastern suburb of Powai, Mumbai. Located near Torino Tower in Hiranandani gardens, the residents of the area can now expect receiving emission free deliveries, the statement read.