UP CM flags off 50 e-buses of PMI Electro Mobility in Ayodhya – ET Auto

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PMI Electro Mobility India’s leading e-bus manufacturer has the largest eBus fleet in the state, the company said.

New Delhi: Ahead of the consecration of the Ram Mandir in Ayodhya, 50 electric buses (e-buses) were flagged off by Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, Yogi Adityanath, as part of the zero-carbon public mobility initiatives of the temple city.

The e-buses manufactured by PMI Electro Mobility will ply within the city limits providing the visiting public and pilgrims with sustainable and comfortable public transport complementing the green transport mission of Ayodhya.

PMI Electro Mobility India’s leading e-bus manufacturer has the largest eBus fleet in the state, the company said.

Aanchal Jain, CEO, PMI Electro Mobility Solutions Pvt. Ltd, said, “We are truly blessed that our e-buses have commenced operations just before the consecration of Shri Ram Mandir. It is indeed a moment of great pride for PMI Electro Mobility to have our eBuses to ply in the holy city of Ayodhya and be a part of the Prime Minister’s vision to be a Net-Zero nation by 2070. We are grateful to Yogi Adityanath Ji for giving us an opportunity to support the green public mobility operations in the state.”

PMI Electro Mobility has over 700 eBuses running across Uttar Pradesh which shall reduce the carbon footprint by 11,036 tons and save 1,62,06,750 litres of diesel, the company release said.

  • Published On Jan 15, 2024 at 12:56 PM IST

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