Tata Motors has received an order for 1,500 electric buses from Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC). According to the India-based car manufacturing giant, according to the contract, they will supply, operate, and air-condition the 12-meter-long buses in the capital for 12 years. Rohit Srivastava, Vice President of Tata Motors, said, “by providing these buses, our partnership with DTC will be strengthened. We are committed to modernizing India’s public transport and bringing an eco-friendly vehicle. So, Tata Motors Received Order For 1,500 E-buses From DTC.
Mahua Acharya, MD and CEO of Convergence Energy Services, said, “We are pleased that DTC has placed its record breaking order for electric buses under the Grand Challenge of CESL. In addition, the Delhi government has shown exemplary leadership in transitioning to electric buses.”
Tata Motors confirmed that it has been actively bringing environment-friendly mobility to the country, and its R&D facilities have steadily worked on innovative engineering solutions. It is powered by alternate fuel technology, including battery-electric, hybrid, CNG, LNG, and hydrogen fuel cell technology.
To date, Tata Motors has supplied more than 650 electric buses across India, which have cumulatively clocked more than 39 million kilometers.
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