After getting slightly over 50 percent of stakes in the Reva Electric Company in 2010, the Mahindra Reva plant at Bangalore is expected to become functional from the end of the August and has also bagged platinum rating from the Indian Green Building Council (IGBC).
According to the words of Pawan Goenka, President Automotive and farm equipment sector, Mahindra and Mahindra, Mahindra Reva is all about creating a new sustainable future for people in India. With the new clean and green manufacturing technology facility at Bangalore, M&M is on the verge of making new benchmark in the automotive industry. He also added that IGBC certificate may cause a lot of moral and emotional support to inspire and bring M&M’s dream of cleaner tomorrow.
Founder of Chief Strategy and technology at Reva Electric Vehicle, Chetan Maini, said that they are delighted to bag the platinum certification from and renowned body like Indian Green Building Council. He also added that firm has taken very precise care to keep things within the limits. The new manufacturing plant has been ensured to be a sustainable facility in all aspects. This certificate strengthens the firm’s aim for greener tomorrow.
IGBC’s green factory rating system is a rating system designed for both existing and new factories and buildings. A particular credit is awarded if the building fulfills required criteria, like site selection, planning, energy, water and material conservation. It also focuses on indoor quality, occupational health conditions and designing procedure. The new Reva NXR is speculated to set up the benchmark for the better, safer and most importantly practical electrical vehicle.