New Delhi: Uber Technologies will introduce 25,000 electric vehicles (EVs) in India for ride-sharing over three years, its country head said on Monday, its first move to adopt clean cars.
The EVs will be bought by Uber’s fleet partners from Tata Motors, India’s biggest electric carmaker, Prabhjeet Singh, president, Uber India and South Asia told Reuters.
“We are going to be a big catalyst in accelerating the (EV) ecosystem,” Singh told Reuters.
India’s federal and state governments are pushing for greater electrification of shared taxis, an area currently dominated by Uber’s local rival BluSmart, an electric mobility start-up.
(Reporting by Aditi Shah; Editing by Kirsten Donovan)