Tata Motors bags an order for 65 EVs from Kerala State Electricity Board
Trivandrum: Tata Motors has bagged a contract for 65 EVs (60 Tigor EVs and 5 Nexon EVs) as part of a tender agreement with Kerala State Electricity Board (KSEB).
This order is part of a competitive pan India tender, floated by KSEB in line with the state’s vision ‘Go Green/Carbon Neutral’ by 2030.
A handover ceremony was organized today at Kanakakkkunu Palace, Trivandrum, in the presence of Minister of Electricity K. Krishnankutty, Minister of Transport Antony Raju, Chairman Dr. B. Ashok IAS, KSEB and other senior government officials.
With a commanding market share of 85 percent (YTD FY22) and over 15,000 Tata EVs on road till date, Tata Motors is playing a leading role in proactively driving the adoption of electric mobility in the country.
In an effort to make EVs even more accessible to all, Tata Motors is closely working with other Tata Group companies including Tata Power, Tata Chemicals, Tata Auto Components, Tata Motors Finance and Croma, to contribute to the faster adoption of EVs in India through its EV ecosystem called the “Tata uniEVerse”, the company said.