The four locations where Accenture India introduces 200 EVs are Bengaluru, Mumbai, Hyderabad and the National Capital Region
Accenture in India has increased the number of electric cars in its transportation fleet to allow climate-smart travel alternatives for its employees in four locations: Bengaluru, Mumbai, Hyderabad, and the National Capital Region. Accenture is adding over 200 electric vehicles to its fleet in India, helping the corporation decrease its carbon footprint even more.
The effort is in line with Accenture’s worldwide goal to generate concrete environmental change and manage sustainable operations, such as attaining net-zero emissions by the end of 2025, transitioning to zero waste, and anticipating water risk.
“We embed sustainability into everything we do, with everyone we work with, creating both business value and sustainable impact. The introduction of electric vehicles in our fleet will enable climate-smart travel options for our people in India and further our commitment towards running sustainable business operations and meeting our net zero emissions goal” Ajay Vij, Country Managing Director of Accenture India said.
Accenture already had over 99% renewable electricity in its offices as of 2022, and it had reused or recycled all of its e-waste from computers and workstations in India. Additionally, Accenture conducts applied research in emerging technologies to address sustainability challenges and supports its clients’ adoption of sustainability as a competitive advantage around the globe.