Ampere rolls out its 50,000th E2W from its EV mega site in Ranipet, Auto News, ET Auto

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 Ampere’s workforce at the Ranipet facility consists of over 70% women.
Ampere’s workforce at the Ranipet facility consists of over 70% women.

New Delhi: Electric two-wheeler brand and wholly-owned electric mobility subsidiary of Greaves Cotton Ltd Ampere today rolled out its 50,000th two-wheeler electric scooter off the assembly line at the company’s EV mega site in Ranipet, Tamil Nadu, from its commencement of operations.

Ampere’s workforce at the Ranipet facility consists of over 70% women.

Sanjay Behl, CEO & Executive Director, Greaves Electric Mobility, said, “Our EV mega site was developed with the intent of accelerating the ecologically-virtuous cycle that our planet deserves, and it is incredible that we have reached the 50,000-mark. Owing to the increased customer awareness, preference for green mobility and a host of incentives offered by different states, we have hit the inflection point for EVs to take off and are optimistic about mass EV adoption in the country.”

Furthermore, the recent investment by Abdul Latif Jameel in Greaves Electric Mobility is a significant step forward in driving EV technological advancement and achieving India’s target of growing the number of electric vehicles in the country to 30% by 2030.

Greaves Electric Mobility (GEM) manufactures electric two-wheelers under the brand name of Ampere Vehicles and three-wheeler vehicles (E-Auto and E-Rickshaw) under the mobility brands ELE and Teja respectively.