Bangalore based start-up ‘Lithium Urban Technologies’ is blazing a new trail with its EVs ‘corporate cab service’
Lithium Urban Technologies: Ola and Uber have completely changed the definition of the urban transport in India. But one company is also there which re-defining the corporate transports into the industries in India. The Lithium-Urban Technology is a Banglore based start-up. Since 2015, it’s spreading it’s electric vehicle network in different location of India.
Sanjay Krishnan (Founder at Lithium Urban Technologies) started the company in 2015. Since then company collaborated with Mahindra Electric for
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Lithium Urban’s fleet of a 1000 Mahindra EVs also have vehicles that have logged more than 200,000 kilometers on the same battery. Lithium Urban also introduced a fast-charging hub for EVs in Gurgaon with a capacity of 30 vehicles. Furthermore the company is planning to setup 500+ fast chargers across 9 cities in India.
1000 EVs and 100 million e-kms
Today Lithium Urban celebrated the milestone: 1000 EVs and 100 million kilometers. Currently, thousands of electric vehicles are there in the Lithium Urban fleet. 1000+ electric cars (
Lithium-Urban success story at COP25
Recently Lithium Urban Technologies success stories featured in the Business Guide to EV adoption at COP25, Chile. This success story was for the electric vehicle deployment at Google and Wipro campus featured in the Business Guide to EV adoption.
Lithium Urban renewable energy powered charging hubs
Energy cost is very important and setting up a renewable charging hub across India is the strategy to further enhance the electric mobility in India. The company recently collaborated with Fourth Partner Energy to set up the renewable energy powered charging hubs. This initiative will make the electric vehicle ownership more affordable and also give a big push to the corporate electric vehicle transport.
Support from EESL-India
Focused on accelerating e-mobility & curbing air pollution, EESL-India (Energy Efficiency Services Limited) announced an agreement with Lithium Urban in December 2019. Under this agreement EESL signed an MoU with Lithium Urban to explore opportunities for 1000 of EESL’s EVs to provide transportation for corporate employees across India.
Lithium Urban has seen a very good growth in the past and now planning to play a big game this year. Expanding