In India, electric rickshaws are increasingly seen as a way to cut air pollution.This view will be recognized all over the world
Motorbikes and three-wheel rickshaws are ubiquitous in the country, and India’s government announced last year that only electric two and three-wheel vehicles would be allowed by 2025.
There is a growing demand for electric vehicles
Our company is producing the electric tricycle ‘s external framework, while supplies the internal components including motor, transmission, display system, and telematics that supply data on driving performance to the user’s smartphone.
Our factory is confident that the electric vehicle for cargo and passenger is among the fastest, with a top speed of 53 kilometers per hour (33 miles per hour), and offers faster charging
Our company is focused on the bottom end of the market, for customers driving passengers and cargo.
Rather than needing a charging station, three-wheeler of our company can be charged through any ordinary AC power socket in three to four hours, the CEO says.
The electric adult tricycle has a best initial price than non-electric and it will deliver savings to drivers and fleet managers such as logistics companies.
It is justified on pure economics.Today a three-wheel driver spends 350-400 rupees ($4.70-$5.40) per day on diesel to cover 100 kilometers.
To do the same with our electric operation will be about 90 cents — a huge saving for someone who potentially earns $8-9 a day.
More importantly, follow the government’s call
India’s government has taken steps to incentivize the purchase of electric vehicles by cutting taxes and offering subsidies. Electric vehicles could mitigate the health impact of air pollution, although these vehicles would draw power from a grid largely reliant on coal, which is itself a polluter.
Post time: Sep-06-2021