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Greenwheels EV Pvt Ltd launches Green Three Wheelers at Buddh Intl Circuit Print E-mail
Written by Viswanath   
Saturday, 29 October 2011
New Delhi: Greenwheels EV Private Limited, a Delhi-based company with a manufacturing facility in Greater Noida, has launched Green Three Wheelers which run on electricity - 'gcabs' - at the Buddh International Circuit on the eve of Formula 1. Greenwheels EV is promoted by SpiceJet founder Ajay Singh.

"The launch of 'gcabs' at Formula 1 is part of our relationship with the Buddh International Circuit to provide for clean transportation during the Formula 1 event. Also, this is a prelude to our introduction of these vehicles in the country," said Ajay Singh, Chairman of Greenwheels.

The company is in the process of developing light electric buses for commercial use. The management of the Company has aligned itself with the global thrust to promote electric vehicles to reduce carbon emission and dependency on the fossil fuels.

The gcabs are the first of its kind of three wheelers in the country to have a built-in GPS systems, Fare meter with a print out and a back up call center for calling a gcab on demand.

"We expect that these vehicles will give the venue a clean and attractive mode of transport," he said. During the Formula 1, the 'gcabs' will be available for ferrying the audiences from the parking area to the venue free of cost. The Company is also providing Buddh International Utility Staff with 100 electric scooters built by the Company. The electric scooters are being used by the marshals and the JPSI utility personnel during the Formula 1 event.

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