Hero Electric has deployed 100 E-bikes to support Delhi Government’s Odd & Even initiative

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New Delhi, January 08, 2016: Hero Electric, India’s largest manufacturer of electric two wheelers has deployed 100 E-bikes at 15 different strategic locations in the national capital have given free ride during odd-even trial run on January 1st.

The initiative has been flagged off by Mr Satyendra Kumar Jain¸ Hon’ble Minister of Health and Industry, Delhi and Mr Sohinder Gill, CEO Hero Electric at Delhi Secretariat at 12PM.

Each chosen location had 5-10 Hero E-Bikes with a driver during the rush hour (8 AM – 12 PM & 4 PM TO 8PM) to help commuters reach last mile destinations from a public point such as metro stations or a busy bus terminal for no charge. Some of the key points that have been identified for this voluntary service include metro exit points in Connaught Place, Kendriya Terminal, Jawaharlal Nehru Metro Station, Anand Vihar, Preet Vihar, Rohini etc. It had been easy for commuters to identify the service as drivers who were dressed in distinct uniform.

Hero Electric has made it easy for people to book a ride from 1st to 15th Jan 2016 by partnering with Bikemate, which is an application available on android and IOS through which one an request for a free ride in Delhi.

“The idea is to help office goers and general commuters to experience the joy & comfort of zero polluting Electric bikes and also get to know the advantages of switching over to Electric Mobility’’ said Mr Sohinder Gill, CEO, Hero Electric

Mr Gill also said that Hero Electric may increase the fleet size on duty during odd-even fortnight if there was sufficient demand for its services.

Petrol two wheelers are contributing the maximum to air pollution in Delhi & E bikes are a visible alternative to immediately cut the emission. 1 electric bike reduces 1 tonnes of CO2 in 3 years and it’s equal to CO2 reduced by a full grown tree in its life.

Corporate Comm India(CCI Newswire)

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