Sun Mobility partners with Zomato to power 50,000 electric two-wheelers over the next two years
Electric vehicle energy infrastructure and service provider mobile sun on Monday said it has entered into a partnership with an online food delivery platform tomato powering 50,000 electric two-wheelers of the latter fleet over the next two years. Under the partnership, SUN Mobility will provide battery swapping solutions for last-mile deliveries with initial fleet roll-out to begin in the National Capital.
Through this association, last mile delivery partners who have joined Zomato’s platform will benefit from convenient and cost-effective battery swap solutions for e-2W (electric two-wheelers). theirs, the company said in a statement.
SUN Mobility CEO Anant Badjatya said in a statement that the alignment with Zomato is an important step towards achieving SUN Mobility’s goal of building a sustainable and eco-friendly ecosystem.
He added: “By deploying 50,000 electric two-wheelers in Zomato’s fleet, we are reducing our carbon footprint by 5,000 tons/month and contributing to a cleaner environment.”
“Our past and current associations with SUN Mobility for battery swaps will accelerate the transition to EV-based delivery, helping us to make the transition to EV-based delivery,” said Mohit Sardana, COO-Food Delivery at Zomato. keeping the promise of a sustainable Zomato for customers, delivery partners, employees and the planet.” The two companies say their move is in line with Zomato’s commitment to the ‘100% Implied Climate Group’ EV100 initiative tram adoption by 2030′ and is also in line with SUN Mobility’s mission to electrify last-mile delivery operations in India.