Zomato said it will join EV100, a global initiative of companies committed to switching their fleets to electric vehicles by 2030. In a blog post, Deepinder Goyal, co-founder and CEO of the company, said Zomato is already delivering via EVs in cities such as Delhi, Bangalore, and Mumbai and is committed to a full transition by 2030.
The IPO-bound company said that they have multiple partners to source EVs . In April, Zomato announced that it will fund local environmental projects to offset the carbon footprint of its deliveries and packaging in India. Currently, it fulfils 20% of its total orders on bicycles, which it says have no carbon footprint and are pollution-free. In New Delhi, it does 35% of orders on bicycles.