Green transportation company, Elaia Green Vehicles Corporation, launched a new model of electric tricycle (e-trikes) in the Antipolo market this November 2021.
The Company, often referred to as EGV, is known for the e-trikes seen shuttling passengers around Antipolo.
The previous model was known as the EGV-5000. This next set of units is called EGV-7500, which after rigorous testing has proven to be very reliable and efficient not to mention bigger too than others in its class.
The new units are launched in partnership with BYD Company, one of the largest electric transportation companies in the world.
The launch was held November 8, 2021 with a formal turnover of the units from BYD to EGV at the EGV Warehouse at 134 Sumulong Highway in Antipolo.
In attendance were EGV and BYD officers and personnel.
The Antipolo LGU was represented by the OIC of the Public Transport Regulatory Board of Antipolo City, Rolando Avendaño. Jewel Anne Camacho represented Councilor Arnel Camacho who is the Chairman of the Committee on Transportation, Public Utilities and Facilities.
“It has always been our dream to provide a modern transportation solution, which benefits both the tricycle drivers as well as the city they serve,” said Mike Puno, President and Chief Operating Officer of Elaia Green Vehicles Corporation.
“We have been blessed to have the support from Antipolo City, which shares these values and shares our vision for making Antiplo a model city for the rest of the country to follow.”
Local Government Units, TODAs and tricycle drivers have much to look forward to as EGV makes it easier and easier to acquire electric vehicles.
For inquiries please contact Miko Yamsuan at 0917-776-1966.