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Terra.do Launches Course For Electric Vehicles & Fleets Value Chain Enthusiasts

Backed by leading Indian CEOs & Investors, the startup aims to solve climate change using the trifecta of education, networking & actions.

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Terra.do raised $1.5M in early-stage funding from a group of climate-conscious angel investors that include: Zomato Founder & CEO Deepinder Goyal, Zerodha Founder & CEO, Nithin Kamath, MakeMyTrip Founder & CEO Deep Kalra, Former Flipkart Chief People Officer Mekin Maheshwari, Yulu Founder Amit Gupta and Helion Venture Partners Co-founder Ashish Gupta.


As the world is quickly moving towards sustainable living, road transport in India is open to achieving environment-friendly objectives with a range of Electric Vehicles (EVs) and fleets due on Indian roads soon. A six-week course on opportunities and challenges on the upcoming electrification of commercial fleets has been designed by Terra.do for entrepreneurs, investors, partners, and other professionals dealing with this electric mobility revolution. It includes stellar faculty members, a comprehensive syllabus and networking opportunities among other benefits. 


The programme will give a clear overview of the technology, infrastructure, policy, and economics of EVs to all participants.  It is designed for anyone dealing with the impending EV transition at scale from auto industry players to city planners among others.


The participants will understand the intricacies of EVs and build an EV transition plan for their organization. Along with this, it will also offer a ready platform for networking with other auto and transit professionals and EV industry leaders over classes that run around 5 hours/week. Participants also get lifelong access to the ever-growing global network of Terra.do climate fellows that range from industry, policy, technology and more.





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