Delhi, one of the most
polluted cities of the world, has a reason to breathe easy. Lithium Urban
Technologies, India's first all electric solution to corporate needs has
recognised Delhi as their newest market. Lithium uses only electric vehicles (primarily
Mahindra E2Os) to transport employees.
Lithium Urban Technologies was
founded in the year of 2015, by Sanjay Krishnan and ex-NASA scientist Ashwin
Mahesh. Chetan Maini, the original founder of electric cars in India (Reva) recently
joined in as a board member of Lithium.
Lithium’s angel investors
include Robin Chase and Narayan Ramachandran. Other angel investors include
KPIT promoters’ group, Kewal Nohria, Cognizant’s Lakshmi Narayanan, H.V.
(Prasad) Subramaniam and Subrata Ghosh.
Lithium has also recognised Delhi as their
newest market to aid in the reduction of pollution levels, in and around the
city. They would also be expanding to Pune, Chennai and Hyderabad.
Lithium Urban Technologies has
been providing comfortable and safe transportation to the employees of more
than 10 corporate, in Bengaluru alone and plan to double the number by the end
of the year.
The company plans to increase its fleet size to
1000 electric cabs in the next 12 months, while also helping more than 3000
employees reach their organisations on time. A total of 450+ drivers are
currently working on a full time basis for Lithium.
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