Zomato, a well-known e company, is switching its fleet to electric vehicles by the year 2021. As we all know electric vehicles are the upcoming future and many companies are looking forward to being a part of evolution. Many Indian companies have launched their own EVs to enhance the automobile market as the EVs are the need for our future and it’s good news for India to adopt the EV culture as the start has been made by Zomato as the adaptation of goods is necessary for every country.
So here in this post, we’ll be going through every single detail about the Zomato to switch its fleet to the EV. As we all know Zomato is one of the best food delivery companies and if you’re looking forward to knowing more about the adaptation of EVs by Zomato then make sure you stay tuned till the end.
Switch To Electric Vehicles By 2030
Zomato is a Food Delivery platform that will be switching its fleet to electric vehicles by the year 2030. As the Zomato will join Ev100, will be committing support to transition their fleet to electric vehicles.
As per the report by Economic Times report, Deepinder Goyal, co-founder, and CEO of the Zomato company said we’re already in the process and delivering via Electric vehicles in some cities such as Mumbai, Delhi, and Bangalore and they will completely switch their services to electric vehicles by 2030.
The deliveries by the EVs are carried in a small fraction and not expanded in many of the cities and Zomato said that getting 100% adoption of EVs will not be easy, but is essential in the long run.
As India has not adopted the EVs and we’ll need them in the long run. As there are many obstacles in this way when it comes to EVs and their adaption Which includes limited battery range, lack of charging infrastructure, higher upfront costs, and lack of trust in new technology.
Walmart which owns Flipkart will be part of Ev100. As Flipkart had committed to deliver its services transitioning its entire fleet to EV by 2030 and install charging for staff at 1,450 last-mile hubs. As there are many well-known companies becoming parts of it like Wipro, and the State Bank of India.
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According to the initiative website, Zomato announced that they’ll be funding the projects which will help to offset the carbon footprint of its deliveries and packaging in India. Zomato carryout 20% of its total orders on bicycles, as they are putting up effort for a pollution-free service, and in New Delhi, it does 35% of orders on bicycles.
As the co-founder and CEO of Zomato Deepinder Goyal said that the company will take a step towards the quicker transition of the industry to EVs by fulfilling the needs and Zomato is working with few EV players to design pilots and create business models that could enable a faster transition towards a conceivable mobility solution for deliveries.
As slowly many companies are looking forward to taking a step towards the evolution by adaptation of the EVs and that’s great news for India.