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Decarbonizing delivery in India with subscription fleets of electric scooters and ebikes
India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi targeted a distinct path to electrify the country’s transportation, pledging that by 2030, 65% of all new vehicle sales will be electric. That ambitious goal largely rides on the widespread adoption of electric two-wheeled scooters and three-wheeled auto rickshaws that dominate the country’s urban streets. With one of the world’s lowest private vehicle ownership rates–22 per 1,000 inhabitants compared to 980 in the US, 850 in Europe, and 164 in China–India’s transport electrification will be bound up in the e-bikes and scooters that power last-mile delivery from Mumbai to Bangalore. “There’s a huge opportunity to shift the country’s last mile deliveries to become electric,” says Akash Gupta, co-founder and CEO of Zypp Electric. “We are on a mission to convert last mile delivery and mobility to electric.” Read more.
-- Akash Gupta
Co-founder and CEO, Zypp Electric

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