E-Bikes to Help Curb Air Pollution in Iran

As per the recent negotiations between Iran's Motorcycle Association and Tavanir, three million fossil fuel burning motorcycles can be replaced by electric ones within two years
E-Bikes to Help Curb Air Pollution in Iran
E-Bikes to Help Curb Air Pollution in Iran

Providing ecofriendly and efficient transportation has become a real challenge in Iranian megacities with a growing population and soaring demand.
However, authorities are making efforts to streamline public transportation for offering efficient transport services and curbing air pollution.
Replacing carbureted two-wheelers with electric motorcycles is one of the initiatives pursued by urban managers. 
Mohammad Hossein Motevallizadeh, the head of Iran's Power Generation, Distribution and Transmission Company (Tavanir), told ISNA that each motorist drives over 200 kilometers per day in the capital city, Tehran, annually burning 2,100 liters of gasoline that costs the owner over 60 million rials ($444).


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