Updated: October 11, 2021 7:51:42 am
A Hyderabad-based company engaged in sale of electric vehicles online and delivering through offline, ‘E-Wheelers Mobility’, has claimed the Haryana government’s initiative to promote electric vehicles (EVs) in the state has been showing results. The company has also set up its first centre in the state in Ballabgarh of Faridabad district to offer various services including delivery and charging of such vehicles.
In a statement, Vasu Deva Reddy Beerala, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Founder of eWheelers, said, “The Haryana government is giving a subsidy on the purchase of E-vehicles. This is a welcome step as EVs’ will play a pivotal role in saving the environment. We are happy to be the pioneers in bringing them into the state. We aim to provide a physical outlet for this which can help in quick delivery of electric vehicles booked by customers on our online platform.”
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