Arrival UK Ltd has teamed up with Allox Resources to scope the business for Arrival’s EV buses and other electric vehicles in Telangana and India.
Telangana Industries and Commerce minister K T Rama Rao (KTR) along with Principal Secretary Jayesh Ranjan and the senior leadership of ALLOX Resources had visited Arrival UK Limited at Banbury to discuss the possible use of electric vehicle (EV) vans and buses for last-mile connectivity for the Metro, ambulance services, and long-haul bus services.
Minister KTR discussed the possible use of Arrival vans and buses for last-mile connectivity for the metro, ambulance services, long haul bus services, etc.
He also said he wished to see Arrival’s Bus fleet service being launched in Hyderabad in line with Telangana’s vision to become the most electrified state in India in terms of mobility.
“With companies like Arrival investing in Telangana, this goal should be achieved sooner,” he said.
Arrival is a London headquartered National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotations technology company which is using a new and better approach to sustainable manufacturing focusing on EVs in the commercial vehicle segment like buses and vans.
Minister KTR and Principal Secretary IT, I&C Jayesh Ranjan assured Arrival of all support possible from Govt of Telangana.
They also discussed the EV policy which provides preferential market access to companies manufacturing out of Telangana and handed over a letter of support to Arrival for preferential market access for its buses.
The state would soon also encourage private companies and educational institutions to shift to Electric buses to reduce the net emissions.