EVRE to build 1,000 EV chargers for LetsTransport
Bengaluru based tech-logistics company LetsTransport has joined hands with EVRE to set up parking and charging infrastructure for its 1,000 electric vehicles' fleet across 12 cities.
EVRE will install 1,000 EV charging stations across India in the next six months that will be leveraged by LetsTransport and other EV fleet owners.
LetsTransport claimed to have an active fleet of over 1,00,000 vehicles and are moving towards building a complete EV fleet.
Pushkar Singh, CEO and Co-Founder, LetsTransport, said, “At LetsTransport we have always believed in building a sustainable growth model. We have been working on EV pilots across India with our clients for over a year now and we firmly believe that EV is going to be the future of urban freight movement, especially in the last mile space.
We are proud to partner with EVRE to overcome the challenge of EV adoption in the industry. We are working on enabling wider adoption of EVs in the last mile space, and EVRE is a perfect partner for our sustainability goals.”
Chandresh Sethia, Co-Founder of EVRE, said, "The ease of sustaining a large EV fleet is what EVRE brings to the table. With over 650 operational public EV Charging stations across the country in the hub model, we are in a position to help any EV fleet owner exploit the best potential of their fleet and contribute to the holistic drive to bring down the carbon footprint of mobility.
We are happy to partner with a player like LetsTransport as we can mutually support each other by increasing the footprint and utilisation of hubs across the country”.
The phase-wise implementation will include EVRE setting-up 200 charging stations in Bengaluru, 200 in Delhi-NCR region and the rest in cities including Chennai, Pune and Hyderabad amongst others by end of 2022, the company statement said.