Ride-hailing platform Uber Technologies is stepping up its efforts to go green in India by introducing more electric vehicles, partnering with more EV fleet operators, boosting financing options, and giving its users the option to hire electric vehicles while booking their ride.

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As part of the launch of "Uber Green" in June, it will join hands with Zypp Electric to roll out 10,000 electric two-wheelers in Delhi by 2024, partner with SIDBI to provide ₹1,000 crore($122.3 million) in EV financing and expand its tie-up with EV fleet providers such as Lithium, Everest, and Moove, the company said on Wednesday.