Ladakh Police get Photon electric scooters by Hero Electric

With their Photo electric scooter, Hero Electric has given cops in the Union Territory of Ladakh a cleaner ride. The Ladakh police administration recently received a number of Photon e-scooters from an electric two-wheeler company. These electric scooters will mostly be utilised to police the highways in Ladakh, particularly in the region's capital Leh. The maker of two-wheelers recently published photos of Ladakh Police officers posing in front of the Photon electric scooters as they were being flagged off.

One of the most isolated regions in India is Ladakh, which has very little infrastructure for electric vehicles as of yet. The state government, on the other hand, has developed its own electric car policy and is anticipated to start keeping its word shortly to support cleaner vehicles in the valley.

Recently, Hero Electric posted pictures of the Photon Electric scooters that the Ladakh Police will be using. The precise quantity of e-scooters provided to the police was not disclosed. Both male and female employees will utilise the Photo electric scooters for their patrolling responsibilities.

A 26 Ah battery pack is included with the Hero Electric Photon electric scooter. It is driven by a 1.2 kW motor with a maximum output of 1.8 kW. The top speed of the electric scooter is 45 kmph. The Photon's battery pack enables 90 km of range on a single charge. The e-scooter needs to be recharged for about five hours. The e-scooter costs Rs. 80,790 (ex-showroom Delhi) and also includes FAME II subsidies.

The Ladakh government just revealed its new approach to electric vehicles. To encourage people to move from ICE to EVs, the government has granted a capital subsidy of 10% under the EV programme. The administration has chosen to keep exempting electric vehicles from tolls in order to promote them.

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