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Homegrown ecommerce giant Flipkart is looking to deploy 25K electric vehicles (EV) to its delivery fleet by 2030. The Walmart-owned company will also create charging infrastructure at its delivery hubs and offices across the country. The company has already started off the project by deploying 450 two and three-wheelers in several cities, in partnership with Hero Electric, Mahindra Electric, and Piaggio to make customised vehicles.
“The journey started a couple of years ago with early EV deployment. We have 450 EVs already and will add another 1,000 EVs by this year-end. To fulfil our commitment, we need strategic partners and are tying up with original equipment manufacturers (OEM) to…