With a recent collaboration, India’s leading electric scooter company Hero Electric and Gurugram-based last mile mobility solutions start-up BattWheelz have joined forces to electrify last mile deliveries. BattWheelz offers mobility solutions to e-commerce and hyperlocal grocery companies and with this collaboration, it plans to deploy nearly 4,000 electric two-wheelers by FY23.
“Our constant endeavour is to hasten the electric mobility transition in India and thrusting the same through our B2B partnerships with complete EV solutions across India. This partnership highlights our shared vision of offering eco-friendly mobility solutions and the direct advantage of adopting electric mobility in terms of savings and contribution to safeguarding the environment.”
~ Sohinder Gill, CEO, Hero Electric
BattWheels is a fairly young start-up but envisions a gigantic goal. With efforts towards contributing in India’s transition towards clean energy, it aspires to become the largest Electric Mobility As a Service (EMAAS) company in India. In support of the same, Hero Electric’s e-2Ws are flexible, modular, offer better mileage and have a lower cost of ownership – fitting perfectly in the mould of consumer expectations of services provided by BattWheelz.
Hero Electric said it is looking to convert 35% of sales from the B2B segment in the next 4 years.