Olectra bags single largest order of 550 e-buses in South India from TSRTC Know in Gujarati

by Ana Lopez

TV9 GUJARATI

TV9 GUJARATI | Edited By: Abhigna Maisuria

Updated on: Mar 06, 2023 | 6:17 PM

In the year 2015, Olectra launched electric buses in India. Olectra is India’s largest manufacturer of silicone rubber/composite insulators for power transmission and distribution networks.

Olectra has won the single largest order for electric buses in South India from TSRTC.  The company has received orders for 50 intercity and 500 intracity e-buses.  These e-buses will be delivered in phases, the first of which will be delivered soon.

Olectra has won the single largest order for electric buses in South India from TSRTC. The company has received orders for 50 intercity and 500 intracity e-buses. These e-buses will be delivered in phases, the first of which will be delivered soon.

Olectra Greentech Limited, a subsidiary of Megha Engineering & Infrastructures Limited (MEIL), has bagged the largest single order for electric buses in South India from the Telangana State Road Transport Corporation.  The order is important in Telangana's electric mobility step for large-scale clean, green public transportation.

Olectra Greentech Limited, a subsidiary of Megha Engineering & Infrastructures Limited (MEIL), has bagged the largest single order for electric buses in South India from the Telangana State Road Transport Corporation. The order is important in Telangana’s electric mobility step for large-scale clean, green public transportation.

Mr. K.V.  Pradeep, Chairman and Managing Director, Olectra Greentech Limited said, “We have won an order from TSRTC to supply 50 standard floor 12-meter intercity coach e-buses and 500 low floor 12-meter intracity e-buses.  We are proud to partner with TSRTC in their vision for sustainable and economical mass public transport.  The e-buses will be delivered in phases soon.  Olectra's pure e-buses will significantly reduce noise and emission levels in the city of Hyderabad.”

Mr. K.V. Pradeep, Chairman and Managing Director, Olectra Greentech Limited said, “We have won an order from TSRTC to supply 50 standard floor 12-meter intercity coach e-buses and 500 low floor 12-meter intracity e-buses. We are proud to partner with TSRTC in their vision for sustainable and economical mass public transport. The e-buses will be delivered in phases soon. Olectra’s pure e-buses will significantly reduce noise and emission levels in the city of Hyderabad.”

Olectra's association with TSRTC started in March 2019 with 40 e-buses.  These e-buses are plying from the airport to various places in Hyderabad.  Exactly four years later in March 2023, Olectra once again partnered with TSRTC for 550 e-buses.

Olectra’s association with TSRTC started in March 2019 with 40 e-buses. These e-buses are plying from the airport to various places in Hyderabad. Exactly four years later in March 2023, Olectra once again partnered with TSRTC for 550 e-buses.

Olectra Bus Specialties- These 12 meter long air-conditioned buses can seat more than 33 people.  The buses have CCTV cameras, emergency buttons for each seat and USB sockets for passenger safety.  The lithium-ion battery in the bus is capable of traveling about 200 km on a single charge, depending on the ratio of traffic to passenger load. High-power AC and DC charging systems can fully recharge the battery in 3-4 hours.  Prime Minister Narendra Modi (PM Modi) inaugurated 150 electric buses (Olectra Electric Bus) and charging station at Baner Depot on March 6.

Olectra Bus Specialties- These 12 meter long air-conditioned buses can seat more than 33 people. The buses have CCTV cameras, emergency buttons for each seat and USB sockets for passenger safety. The lithium-ion battery in the bus is capable of traveling about 200 km on a single charge, depending on the traffic and passenger load ratio. The high-power AC and DC charging system can fully recharge the battery in 3-4 hours. Prime Minister Narendra Modi (PM Modi) inaugurated 150 electric buses (Olectra Electric Bus) and charging station at Baner Depot on March 6.


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