GreenCell Mobility Bags Order Of Electric Buses From CESL Under National E-Bus Program Phase-I

Electric Bus of GreenCell

GreenCell Mobility Ltd (GreenCell), a leading pan-India shared electric mobility player has bagged an order from the Transport Department, Government of NCT Delhi for 570 electric buses. The tender was floated by Convergence Energy Services Ltd (CESL), a Government of India undertaking, under National E-bus Program (NEBP). This contract for 6,465 E-Buses under Gross Cost Contracting (GCC) basis is the largest tender for E-buses ever floated in India.

GreenCell had bid for 1,900 12-metre low-floor e-Buses, in the tender floated by CESL. This lot was one of the most competitive and highly contested one, with GreenCell emerging as a winner, with the allocation of 570 buses to be deployed over the next two years. This bid expands the B2G portfolio of GreenCell by more than 60% and expands GreenCell’s presence across India with a marquee counterpart such as the Government of Delhi.

GreenCell aims to become a leading pan-India shared electric mobility player by leveraging proven global experience, developments in e-mobility technology, and the Government of India’s strong push for electrification of transportation in India. GreenCell is implementing close to 1,500 E-buses in the states of Maharashtra, Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh, Karnataka, Rajasthan, Uttarakhand, New Delhi, and Madhya Pradesh of which more than 700 E-buses are operational across 23 cities.

ALSO READ  Renault Nissan Alliance Signs Agreement With Kamarajar Port To Enhance Car Exports

Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Sumit Mittal, COO & Director – Finance, GreenCell Mobility said, “We are delighted to be among the winners of this tender which is part of the larger goal of the Government of India to deploy 50,000 E-buses on Indian roads in the next few years while modernizing and strengthening green public transportation in India. GreenCell Mobility has always lived up to the extraordinary quality and safety standards and the same shall be extended for this mandate.”

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.