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ABOUT US

We design and manufacture Electric 2 – Wheelers and 3 – Wheelers to fulfill last-mile commute and delivery needs. Established in 2015, we have built multiple products and are supporting last-mile logistics companies like Fassos, DTDC, Dominos with our electric bikes to reduce the complexity and cost of operations.  

VISION

To Expedite the transition of E-vehicles and Sustainable energy solutions for better mobility.

mISsION

We work hard to design and develop the unique and the best Product for ease of transportation.

tech

Know your vehicle state on the go via mobile or desktop app
Battery swapping infrastructure to shorten refilling time
smart battery management system helps enhance battery life and track battery performance
Receive ride analytics and recommendations on optimizing your vehicle performance
Real time tracking of vehicle

Blogs

Can India beat China in Li-ion battery manufacturing and its pricing?
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The arrival of Li-ion batteries has been nothing short of a blessing in the world of technology and gadgets. These batteries are more energy dense compared to both Lead acid and Nickel Metal Hydride. That’s why Li-ion cells are widely used in Automotive, Laptops & Cameras, and other Electronics equipment nowadays.

Getting Smart the EV way- UGANDA
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Uganda is a landlocked East African country that stretches from 29.5°W – 35°W and lies astride the equator between 4°N and 1°S .It covers an area of 236,000 square km comprising 194,000 square km dry land, 33,926 square km open water and 7,674 square km of permanent swamp with a population of 42,789,036. It is a country known for its rich culture and bio-diversity and is meanwhile known for rich mineral deposits. Kampala, the capital of Uganda is one of the most developed cities in Uganda.

How prepared is The Electric Vehicle Industry of India for the Government’s target of 2030?
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India largely depends on the import of crude oil to meet most of its mobility fuel needs. Today India’s oil dependence is 83.7% (in 2018 – 19) according to the oil ministry’s Petroleum Planning & Analysis Cell (PPAC). India can save 64% of mobility-related energy demand by 2030 by pursuing a shared, electric and connected solutions. This could reduce oil dependency and can help increase in GDP by around 1%. But at what extent the EV industry is prepared for the government’s target for 2030. Let’s first know the government’s target for electric vehicles by 2030

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