The company has set up a unit in its own headquarters in the capital to test the impact of its batteries on the environment.
The company, which manufactures battery-operated electric vehicles, has been conducting field trials on roads and on its own roads to gauge its impact on the local environment.
It is expected to make its first sale in 2018.
In an email to The Times Of India, CEO Rajesh Kumar said, “The impact of electric vehicles on our environment and the environment’s health are two sides of the same coin.”
It is not possible to remove the negative impact of the energy from the environment without having to change our energy mix.
Therefore, we will be conducting the field trials in the next two months on our own roads.