We are truly privileged that Hon. Prime Minister of India, Shri #NarendraModi inaugurated GreenCell Mobility electric buses in Lucknow today. We are deploying 700 state-of-the-art ‘zero emission’ ebuses along with charging infrastructure across 14 major cities of UP. Another milestone !!
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⦁ GreenCell Mobility’s B2C foray planned with 750 e-buses covering 40 routes, to become largest private intercity/inter-state mobility player in the country
⦁ Company aims to achieve India’s connected, shared and sustainable mobility ambitions
⦁ Building Captive highway charging infrastructure network across India with 600 DC chargers of 180/240 KW capacity rating
⦁ Ambition to become PAN India operator with national brand
Mumbai, 2nd August 2021 – Consistent with its vision to become the most valued Electric Mobility company globally and transform the shared surface transport market in India, GreenCell Mobility (GCM) today announced plans for deploying 3,250 state-of-the-art electric buses in next 3 years as part of B2C business. The company has aggressive plans to launch 750 premium luxury AC e-buses in phase 1 across intercity & inter-state routes that will cover key transit routes in Southern & Western India
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We are extremely pleased to announce that GreenCell Mobility Private Limited (“GCML”) has been rated [ICRA] A+ (Stable) / A1 . This rating draws comfort from strong parentage commitment and contractual risk mitigation framework. Further, GCML is the first e-mobility company in the country to be rated A+.
GreenCell Mobility Private Ltd., an electric Mobility as a service (eMaaS) platform in India promoted by Ever Source Capital, has announced a partnership through the acquisition of a strategic stake in two Special Purpose Vehicle companies incorporated by PMI Electro Mobility Solutions Private Ltd., a leading ‘zero-emission’ commercial vehicle manufacturer, which won the bid for deploying 350 electric buses along with charging infrastructure across the cities of Lucknow, Varanasi, Gorakhpur, Kanpur, Prayagraj and Jhansi in two packages in Uttar Pradesh.
A manufacturer of ‘zero emission’ commercial vehicle in India, PMI Electro Mobility Solutions had won the bid for deploying 350 electric buses along with charging infrastructure across the cities of Lucknow, Varanasi, Gorakhpur, Kanpur, Prayagraj and Jhansi in two packages in Uttar Pradesh.
In an industry-first, ICRA has assigned [ICRA]A- (Stable) to Greencell Marudhara Private Limited, GMPL, the electric vehicle bus – fleet operator for the Rajasthan State Road Transport Corporation (RSRTC).
In an industry-first, ICRA has assigned [ICRA] A- (Stable) to Greencell Marudhara Private Limited.
Incorporated to target the opportunities in the e-mobility space and become a pan-Indian shared electric mobility player, Greencell Marudhara Pvt Ltd (GMPL) is a 98.99 per cent subsidiary of GreenCell Mobility.
GreenCell Mobility is the wholly-owned subsidiary of Sebi-registered Category-II alternate investment fund, GGEF. Green Growth Equity Fund (GGEF) is an India-focused fund with sovereign funds as anchor investors.
The rating assigned for Greencell Marudhara factors in its status as the successful concessionaire for procurement, operations and maintenance of 48 electric buses on intercity routes for the state road transport authority.
The first electric bus contract from Rajasthan State Road Transport Corporation (RSRTC) has been bagged by GreenCell Mobility Private Limited
GreenCell Mobility awarded the first electric bus contract tendered by RSRTC – Asia Pacific | Energetica India Magazine
UK’s energy major BP will invest $70 million in the Green Growth Equity Fund (GGEF) with an aim to rapidly scale-up commercially viable low carbon solutions, the company said in a statement.
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