a move to promote the adoption of electric vehicles across India, and to
enhance sustainable connectivity in the country, Mahindra Electric Mobility
Limited (MEML) has partnered with Common Service Centers (CSC).
this association with CSC, MEML will offer their range of electric vehicles
like the Treo and Alfa to aspiring customers in the rural markets. These
customers will benefit from the massive savings that Mahindra Electric’s
3-wheelers offer and enhance their livelihoods. For example, the Mahindra Treo
electric auto offers an unbelievable saving of up to Rs 5 lakh in
fuel cost in 5 years when compared with a diesel 3-wheelerand at the same time,
an amazing saving of up to Rs 2 lakh in a span of 5 years versus a CNG three-wheeler.
Similarly, a Mahindra Treo Zor electric or e Alfa Cargo offer fabulous savings
of up to ? 60000.00 in a year when compared with a diesel
electric mobility in rural India will receive a huge boost through this
association and at the same time pollution levels will be in check as well.
Through this initiative, customers get an opportunity to become entrepreneurs
by purchasing multiple Mahindra Treo or Alfa electric vehicles, deploying them
for pollution-free mobility/logistics operations and be sustainable in the long
MEML, India’s No. 1 electric 3-wheeler company, is helping propagate adoption
of electric three-wheelers across India, CSC - a government organisation -
helps provide employment in the rural regions of the country. CSC appoints
Village Level Entrepreneurs (VLEs) to facilitate a smoother operation and they
form the connection between customers and the OEMs. The VLEs spread awareness
of the government initiatives amongst others in the villages.
there are more than 800 outlets that sell the Mahindra range of last mile
mobility products in both electric as well as in conventional fuel forms, the
penetration of CSC in reaching rural markets is unmatched. Currently, the
network of VLEs extends to more than 4.7 lakh individuals across the nation
while the number of CSCs is 4.5 Lakh. The rural e-mobility program was
kickstarted last year by CSC to promote electric vehicles & electric