Jio-bp, to help Zomato fleet go completely green by 2030
Jio-bp, a fuels and mobility joint venture between Reliance Industries and bp, and food delivery giant Zomato, have entered an agreement that supports the latter in 'The Climate Group's EV100' initiative of 100% EV fleet by the year 2030. An issued statement from both parties mentions that Jio-bp will provide EV mobility services to Zomato along with access to 'Jio-bp pulse' branded battery swapping stations.
Last year, Jio-bp had launched two of India's largest EV charging hubs. The JV's electric mobility business, offering charging infrastructure to Indian consumers, operates under the brand Jio-bp pulse. With the Jio-bp pulse mobile app, customers can easily find nearby charging stations and charge their EVs as and when they please.
Earlier this month, real estate developer Omaxe announced that it has partnered with Jio-bp to establish a battery charging ecosystem for electrical vehicles. As part of the agreement, Jio-bp had announced that it will set up EV charging and swapping infrastructure at various Omaxe properties across 12 cities - Delhi, Noida, Greater Noida, Faridabad, Ghaziabad, New Chandigarh, Ludhiana, Patiala, Amritsar, Jaipur, Sonipat and Bahadurgarh - in a phased manner.
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