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CEPL is building the most efficient electric trucks on planet earth, our advance battery technology for heavy duty application which is capable of V2G & V2V. Electric trucks & network of refueling station’s provide cost effective solution to business
Basic Information
CEPL is disrupting the 7 decade old Indian Trucking Industry, with our most efficient and reliable electric commercial vehicle ever built. Ground up architecture allows maximum utility space in the same footprint to unlock the true potential of electric vehicle. Million km battery warranty and 30 minute quick charging along with battery swapping capability allows the vehicle to be charged from renewable and providing microgrid storage support to enable large scale renewable adoption through our strategic located refuelling station. We believe the next decade will embrace the hassle free subscription of our electric trucks through monthly instalment, rather than taking the burden of vehicle ownership. CEPL is a unique venture building an ecosystem that integrate the future of mobility and energy to build the most sustainable business that will last for centuries.
Legal Name
Clean Electric Private Limited
Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, India
Business Model
Founding Date
May 2016
No. of Employees
Core Team
Akash Gupta
Co-Founder & CEO
Abhinav Roy


Company Incorporation

May | Company Incorporation

After National & International Racing Event we decided to build something real for Indian Roads


Product Launch

Oct | Product Launch

We build 4th Iteration of our Modular Battery Pack and launched 2 Ton Electric Tata Ace suitable for last mile logistics operation or Intra city needs

Target Market
E-Commerce, Retail giants, Fleet Operator, 3PL, Logistics service provider, Core Business for freight movement
Client Segment
AgriTech,  Automotive,  Clothing & Apparel,  Construction  
Target Companies
Startup,  Small Enterprise,  Medium Enterprise,  Large Enterprise  
Target Geography
Small fleet operator running diesel trucks for other business
User Age
26 to 34,  35 to 45,  46 to 60  
User Income
Lower Income,  Lower-middle Income,  High Income