- Co-Founders of Prakriti E-Mobility Pvt Ltd. - Mr. Nimish Trivedi, Mr. Vikas Bansal and Mr. Rajeev Tiwari were awarded for their contribution to the sustainable mobility industry in India
NEW DELHI, Jan. 18, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Established with a goal to start a global revolution in the industry of commercially-used electric vehicles (EVs), Prakriti E-Mobility (co-founded by Nimish Trivedi, Vikas Bansal and Rajeev Tiwari), was honored with the Achievers Award 2020 for their exemplary work and contribution towards the sustainable mobility industry in India. Prakriti E-Mobility will soon launch an app-based 100% Electric Cab service called EVERA in the Delhi region.
The award was handed over by Bollywood actor Dalip Tahil and Indian politician and Member of The Shiv Sangram Dr. Bharati Lavekar. The Achievers Awards brought together leaders and trendsetters who powered through the opportunities and challenges in 2020 during the global pandemic and celebrated the achievements of those who contributed to helping address the challenges of the pandemic, across all specialties, disciplines and career stages.
Commenting on the achievement, Nimish Trivedi, Co-Founder & CEO, Prakriti E-Mobility Private Limited said, "Prakriti E-Mobility was created with a goal to start a global revolution in the mobility industry. We are building a company that deeply contributes towards the well-being and happiness of all the lives it touches starting from its people to the environment it belongs to. Receiving this award is a testimony to the efforts that went into bringing this core idea into fruition. We thank the Achievers' Awards for recognizing our efforts and contributions in building a better tomorrow."
Last year, Prakriti E-Mobility Private Limited, in association with the Delhi Government launched the Jeevan Seva app to aid Delhi's COVID patients and their families for their safe commute to hospitals and health care facilities in the city. The Jeevan Seva app, powered by EVERA uses Electric Vehicles as an ambulance to transfer non-critical cases to health care facilities within Delhi free of cost.
Nimish Trivedi, added, "The Jeevan Seva app is the first ever initiative to help COVID patients in home isolation to reach healthcare facilities in EV cabs while taking care of the patients and planet with its zero emission cabs. We are pleased to work with the Delhi Government to launch this great initiative and hope that it will help us in fighting the ongoing pandemic."
Prakriti E-Mobility, through Jeevan Seva app, has already served more than 30,000 non-critical & COVID patients till now. The app has added efficiency to Delhi's Emergency Commute Services enabling ambulances to be more available to cater to serious requests in time.
Prakriti has been established with a goal to start a global revolution in the industry of commercially used electric vehicles (EVs). We thrive to combat climate change and reduce the carbon footprint while enhancing the user experience for customers. Our unique app-based taxi service will not only get customers from Point A to Point B, but will also contribute for the greater good of the planet. This app will allow users to book cabs that are all electric. As a result, their journey will give off no emissions and will help reduce the carbon footprint one journey at a time. We have also worked on the short comings of other cab services for to optimize the user experience for customers. Some of our key features include:
- 0 Surge Charge: No amount of traffic or demand will bring about a change in the cost of the journey. As a result, customers can book cabs without worrying about absurd prices.
- No Cancellations: Our drivers are trained professional who are on duty if on the app. Only customers have the ability to cancel their trip.
- No Emissions: As our fleet will be all electric, the cars will release no emissions in their lifespan. As a result, cities will eventually be able to breathe easy without worrying about toxics fumes from exhaust pipes.
- In-House Fleet Management
SOURCE Prakriti E-Mobility Private Limited