A Reva Car to 350, a Hopeful India Climate Solutions Road Tour

The 350 Reva The India Climate Solutions Road Tour has been on the drive. Starting from the southern IT city of Chennai, the tour has now already crossed Banagalore and Hyderabad while also visiting several smaller towns and villages – and is now on its way to the beautiful city of Pune in Central India. The tour has seen tremendous success and has been received by everyone with much warmth, and affection.

Everyone, right from the village folks, the town and city people, the petrol pumps where the electric cars were charged, to the IT parks and the universities that the Road Tour touched – not only appreciated the efforts made, but also promised to do all in their capacity to bring down their emissions and make others aware of it as well.

Driving in Reva, a hope-giving electric car with 350 painted all over, the road tour has been a successful initiative so far, in that it has been a reassurance to all those who have been tirelessly working to be the solution. At the same time, it has also been an inspiration to many, most of whom were keeping away from initiating action on climate change, simply because they did not see others doing it, or they did not know who to connect to for taking action. The road tour has, on its way, touched base with all those who are working towards climate solutions and also with those who want to work towards the same.

First Posted on 350.org

The India Climate Solutions Road Tour will soon be visiting Mumbai – the financial capital of India, Goa, Ahmedabad and will reach New Delhi after driving through the beautiful desert state of Rajasthan! – http://indiaclimatesolutions.com

Aastha Kukreti

Aastha Kukreti holds a Master’s degree in Environment Management and her areas of expertise range from waste management, pollution ecology, green audits, ecofeminism, environmental equity and social justice.

2 thoughts on “A Reva Car to 350, a Hopeful India Climate Solutions Road Tour

  1. Will it work for you to give some comparative cost statistics about this electric car. While I agree that being electric it does not consume hydrocarbons how does it compare both in terms of cost per Kilometers in Rupees and any environmental costs you are aware of. It is obviously not a solar pannel driven car is it? Just Curious……

  2. Reva has been a revolutionary product from India whose time has come now. It has huge market in niche segments. BTW, I like your logo a lot. If you want to contribute on our portal , please ping us.

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