EESL slashes electric vehicles order by 70% to just 3,000 on Andhra cancellation


EESL slashes electric vehicles order by 70% to just 3,000 on Andhra cancellation

The Central government’s electric programme initiative EESL has scaled down its electric car order by a whopping 70 percent to 3,000 units and blamed its largest customer Andhra for the crisis as the present Jaganmohan Reddy government has cancelled the orders placed by the previous Chandrababu Naidu administration.

Energy Efficiency Services ( EESL) had in 2017 placed orders for 10,000 electric sedans from Tata Motors (Tigor) and Mahindra (Verito) after a lengthy bidding process by by March 2019. However, due to a subdued demand and certain issues pertaining to their range, the timeline for supply was later extended to March 2020. Read More

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