Electric Rickshaw

The Top EVs in India: Transformational Urban Mobility

Electric Rickshaw in India

How is Indian metropolitan mobility being changed by electric rickshaws? For sustainable transportation, what possibilities and problems do they present? Top electric rickshaw in India have become relatively common on Indian streets. These three-wheeled electric vehicles, which provide a better, more efficient method of mobility, have grown very popular as alternatives for traditional cycle rickshaws.

The Way EVs Are Changing Urban Transportation

E-rickshaws are increasingly seen as a vital first step in tackling traffic congestion and urban pollution as India works towards sustainable urban transportation.

Environmental and Financial Gains:

E-rickshaws have one of the most important effects on the surroundings. Economically, e-rickshaws help consumers as well as operators. When compared to conventional auto-rickshaws, these vehicles are rather reasonably priced for drivers to buy and keep. Thanks to less expensive electricity than fossil fuels, drivers' operating expenses translate into more income. Often costing less than conventional auto-rickshaws due to their lower running expenses, e-rickshaws offer a reasonably priced way of mobility for passengers.

Challenges Influencing the E-Rickshaw Sector:

Although e-rickshaws offer benefits, their several problems must be addressed if they are to be long-term viable and compatible with the urban transportation system.

The poor charging infrastructure is still an obstacle. Although e-rickshaws help to lower pollution, their running is hampered by the scarcity of charging facilities, especially in less developed areas.

Government Programmes and Future Directions:

Innovations in battery technology and charging infrastructure will be very important. For example, developments in fast-charging technologies could greatly lower driver downtime, hence improving e-rickshaw running efficiency. Furthermore, the creation of battery-swapping stations might present a quick and practical approach to recharging.


If e-rickshaws are to reach their full potential, they must solve issues with infrastructure, control, and battery disposal. With ongoing government assistance and technology developments, e-rickshaws can be very important in determining the direction of urban mobility in India, therefore promoting a more sustainable environment.

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Devyani Bantthia

Digital Marketing Advisor

A graduate from Rennes School of Business (France) with a Master’s degree in Digital Marketing & International Corporate Communication, Devyani has been actively working in an advisory role for the digital marketing of eBik.


Design Engineer

Design Engineer with a unwavering history of Product Design and Development for Esteemed Global Clients. Hold 6+ years of experience in Design & development.

Hold degree in Mechanical Engineering from IDEAL institute of technology & also holds diploma in Design from NSIC.

M Alam

Manager- Customer Service

Alam heads the customer support function. Hold 5+ years of experience and has worked in different sectors viz. construction / automobile. Possess extensive knowledge about production & customer support activities.
Hold diploma in Mechanical Engineering from Teerthanker University, Moradabad.

Md Asim

Manager- Production

Asim heads the production function. Hold 5+ years of experience and has worked across factories possessing in depth knowledge of production function & related activities. 

Hold diploma in Mechanical Engineering from Teerthanker University, Moradabad.

He has done Graduation from Delhi University with specialization in Sales & Marketing.

Virender Kr Chauhan

President- Sales

Virender the sales & marketing function at Accelero. He brings over two decade’s experience with an in depth understanding of all aspects of Business Development coordination and implementation.

He has done Graduation from Delhi University with specialization in Sales & Marketing.

Devika Jajodia

Marketing Design Advisor

A Design Graduate from Lasalle School of Arts (Singapore), Devika has a Bachelor’s degree in Design Communication and has been actively working in an advisory role for the marketing design front of eBik.

Anant Jain

Chief Executive Officer

Passionate about environmental causes, Anant Jain has extensively worked on renewables, namely solar, hydro-electric & wind power, throughout this pan-India corporate journey of 11+ years and making the most of his MBA education. With a zeal to make a difference on grassroot levels, he took the plunge, quit his corporate job and founded eBik with the vision of making commuting a cheaper and greener affair, whilst reducing costs by over 1/10th. 

When he came up with the idea of eBik, he wanted to create a product of international standards, at Indian prices keeping in mind the affordability factor for the masses, reaching out to rural population with this revolutionary bicycle that makes lives easier!