Under this agreement, Statiq and Zoomcar will enable EV owners to host on Zoomcar and earn additional income by sharing with guests. The Delhi-NCR region would be a pilot for this agreement and it would be followed by Mumbai and Bengaluru, among others, the companies said.
The EV owners wishing to rent out their vehicles can list their EVs as hosts on Zoomcar’s app. Statiq backs up this adoption with its accessible, affordable, and reliable network of charging stations.
“This partnership with Zoomcar is yet another milestone in our journey of enabling EV adoption in India. This collaboration will provide the much-needed impetus to the EV charging ecosystem. It will also increase the popularity of EVs among non-EV owners, helping to foster a culture of clean mobility among the public. And as we set up more and more fast charging stations in the country, range anxiety will become a thing of the past for EV users,” Akshit Bansal, co-founder and CEO, Statiq., said.
“At Zoomcar, we strive to be at the forefront of creating innovative solutions that can help shape the mobility industry. We are delighted to partner with Statiq to accelerate EV-based shared mobility services and offer customer value propositions for our hosts. We’re confident that this partnership will provide both our host and guest customers with a hassle-free EV sharing experience,” Greg Moran, CEO and co-founder of Zoomcar, said.