India’s First All-Electric Taxi Fleet BLU-SMART Launched In Delhi NCR

India’s First All-Electric Taxi Fleet BLU-SMART Launched In Delhi NCR

Blu-Smart is India’s first on-demand mobility platform that will be multi-modal, artificial intelligence based providing pollution free smart mobility solution


Bringing a new concept to the capital, Gensol Mobility, a Maharashtra based company has launched an all-electric cab service In Delhi-NCR area. This is India’s first all-electric cab services ‘Blu-Smart’.

Gensol Mobility, part of the Gensol group, has inducted only electric vehicles are part of its fleet for the national capital region. The service aims to provide a smart urban electric mobility option for consumers, according to the company. The company will be using Mahindra e-Verito cars as its electric cabs in Delhi-NCR and has partnered with Mahindra & Mahindra.

Speaking on the e-cabs, Gensol Mobility – Promoter, Anmol Singh Jaggi said, “Green and pollution free existence is the mantra for human life, so smart and pollution free mobility can never be far. We at BLU-SMART, strongly believe that the next revolution is in the electric vehicle space and being a technology-driven organisation, we had to venture into offering this mobility solution. We are not a competition to current app-based cabs services, but a mere greener alternative to them.”

The Cab services will roll out 70 cabs that will be available in Noida, Greater Noida, Guguram, Aerocity, Sonepat and more and the numbers will amp up to 400 by mid-March 2019.

The company says it has invested over Rs 50 crores in capital expenses and is setting up a charging infrastructure of 65 stations across NCR, with each having up to 20 charging points. Gensol has already installed 18 charging points till now.

Source: CAB

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Ayush Verma

Ayush is a staff writer at and writes on renewable energy with a special focus on solar and wind. Prior to this, as an engineering graduate trying to find his niche in the energy journalism segment, he worked as a correspondent for