Residents from Kathmandu breathe some of the dirtiest air in the world. The average life expectancy of Nepalese is reduced by over two and one half years because of air pollution. 1 in every 10 people in Kathmandu suffers from chronic lung diseases like COPD, bronchitis and emphysema.
The estimated hydro power potential in Nepal is approx. 40000 MW. and Nepal may soon have surplus energy. Powering a vehicle through energy generated from renewable resources ensures that the entire cycle is end to end green.
Numerous micro-hydro project and run-of-the-river project is leading country towards self-sufficiency and carbon neutrality
Electric Vehicle is Carbon-neutral thus no greenhouse gas emissions.
Using electricity instead of gas to power your car is cheaper and more efficient.
Fewer maintenance requirements and low maintenance cost.
Electric vehicle offers instantaneous torque and quiet acceleration
Free yourself from fuel’s relentless increasing price and petrol imports.
No carbon footprints means less health problems.
In Nepal’s context, transformation from ICE to electric vehicle is entirely end to end green cycle.
Unlike manual vehicle, electric vehicles do not require multiple gears and clutch.
Charging stations mitigate range anxiety issues in Nepal as travel time is long and distance is short.