Uber Green will now be available in three cities – Delhi, Mumbai and Bengaluru – starting June 2023.
Uber Green allows passengers to request an all-electric, zero tailpipe emission vehicle rather than a regular fossil-fuelled car, bringing to India an on-demand EV experience with just a few taps on the app.
Uber Green is the most widely available on-demand mobility solution in the world for no or low-emission rides, present in 100+ cities in 15 countries around the world.
Uber has also made some other industry announcements related to the EV sector.
Fleet Partner Expansion – To unlock EV growth on its platform, it is expanding our network of fleet partners. Lithium Urban Technologies, India’s largest B2B fleet service provider, Everest Fleet Private Limited, and Moove, Uber’s global fleet partner, will deploy 25,000 electric vehicles across the top seven cities helping drivers go electric faster.
EV Two-Wheeler Partnership – Uber is tying up with tech-enabled EV-as-a-service startup Zypp Electric to deploy 10,000 electric two-wheelers by 2024 to boost sustainable mobility on our fast-growing UberMoto category. Over 1000 Zypp Electric two-wheelers are already deployed on UberMoto in Delhi.
EV Financing – Uber has signed an MoU with India’s largest Small Industries Development Bank of India (SIDBI), the MoU makes Rupees 1000 Cr of low interest loans available to our fleet partners for fleet partners to purchase EV and CNG vehicles.
EV Charging Infrastructure – Uber is bringing its global mobility agreement with BP pulse to India in partnership with JioBP for fast-charging Uber EVs and also tying up with GMR Green to further enhance the changing infrastructure network for Uber EVs. Through these partnerships, Uber drivers will be able to get access to high-speed charging network for Uber EVs.
India’s huge scale and passion for electrification make the country a priority for Uber as it seeks to meet its commitment to electrify every ride on our platform by 2040.
Uber India press release