Indian Army Launches E-Car to Combat Pollution in Delhi

Indian Army Launches E-Car to Combat Pollution in Delhi. Photo: PIB
Indian Army Launches E-Car to Combat Pollution in Delhi. Photo: PIB

The Indian Army in step with government policies on environmental protection has launched an ecological initiative by providing e-cars to its officials in New Delhi in partnership with Energy Efficiency Services Ltd (EESL), a joint Venture of Central PSUs under the Ministry of Power.

The initiative is aimed to reduce pollution in Delhi, which is the world’s most polluted national capitals. The introduction of e-car in Army at Delhi was visualized on World Environment Day and launched today (August 1) with flagging off the first lot of the e-cars for Indian Army by Quartermaster General (QMG), Lt Gen Gopal R.

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Army plans to release the first batch of 10 e-cars as a pilot project and develop further on this initiative and increase the number of e-cars in Delhi to ensure economy, efficiency, and minimal emissions.

Indian Army has a large number of Territorial Army Battalions (ECO) which have provided environmental protection services such as forestation.

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