Goa and Kerala government will procure over 30, 000 electric two and two-wheelers. These electric vehicles will be used by government agencies.
For it, the governments of the two states have already signed agreements with Convergence Energy Services Limited (CESL) on World Environment Day. The CESL is a subsidiary of Energy Efficiency Services Limited (EESL).
While the electric two-wheelers are likely to be used by the employees, the three-wheelers can be used for delivering goods.
CESL has also signed a partnership with several other companies for developing electric vehicles and charging infrastructure. These companies include Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL), TVS Motor Company, JBM Renewables Pvt Ltd., and Fortum India.
The agreements between the CESL and Goa and Kerala governments will aim to develop EV charging infrastructure in the states.