India opportunity

Zbee is designed to meet the needs of first and last mile connectivity in most Indian cities. According to RITES Traffic surveys in Delhi-NCR, 72% of residents, who are not using Public Transport currently, are willing to shift if quality feeder system is available. It validates that most of people are not using public transport because of non-availability of feeder system. Zbee addresses the need of premium first and last mile connectivity in India.

According to a World Health Organization Report, India is facing an acute Air Pollution issue. Delhi is the worst among 1,600 cities around the word. The report further highlighted that 19 of the 20 most polluted cities are from South Asia, and 13 Indian cities are the world’s 20 most polluted. As an energy efficient electric vehicle, Zbee promises to significantly improve the environment both locally and globally, through energy efficiency and zero emissions.

Statutory Compliances

Clean Motion AB has already obtained certification under European Standards for The Zbee.

iCAT Certificate under AIS/BIS Standards has been obtained in December 2015 as L5 (Auto Rickshaw) vehicle

Zbee has obtained State Transport Department Type Approval in Haryana as ‘Transport’ Vehicle.

 

State Transport Department Type Approval in Delhi and other cities are under process.

Awards and Accolades

Zbee received the “Parivartan Sustainability Leadership Award” in October 2014. Presented by Shri Suresh Prabhu, Hon’ble Minister of Railways, Government of India, the prize was awarded during the 4th Annual Sustainable Business Leadership Forum, organized by Sustainability Outlook, New Delhi.

 

Manufacturing in India

Zbee is currently assembled in India at Faridabad, with daily production capacity of 10 vehicles. Currently, the vehicles are imported from Sweden in CKD (Completely Knocked Down) kits.

Clean Motion uses cookies to give you the best experience. If you continue to use our services, we will assume that you agree to the use of such cookies. Read our privacy policy here.