Daily News Capsule: Delhi EV Policy 2019 | Ashok Leyland Citicorp Finance & More

Daily News Capsule: Delhi EV Policy 2019 | Ashok Leyland Citicorp Finance & More

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Delhi Government Passes EV Policy 2019 to Curb Pollution

The Delhi government has passed the Electric Vehicle Policy 2019 that aims to increase the use of electric vehicles (EVs) in the national capital. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal stated that the objective of the policy is to improve Delhi's air quality by bringing down emissions from the transport sector. He further stated that the policy will aim to register at least 25 % EVs by 2024. READ MORE

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Ashok Leyland Partners With Citicorp Finance

Ashok Leyland inked a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Citicorp Finance India Ltd to enter into a strategic financing partnership for two years. This MoU enables both Ashok Leyland and Citicorp Finance to offer customised financial solutions to customers across India. Citicorp Finance will work in close coordination with the authorised dealers of Ashok Leyland to provide financial solutions to the customers.

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Tata Motors Inks MoU with Prakriti E-Mobility To deploy Tigor EVs In New Delhi

Tata Motors today announced its partnership with Prakriti E-Mobility Pvt Ltd to deploy 500 Tigor EVs in New Delhi. Prakriti E-Mobility is an EV-based taxi service, and will deploy the Tigor EVs on its app-based platform EVERA, which will serve in Delhi/NCR. The first batch of over 160 Tigor EVs is expected to hit the road by January 2020.