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Vamsi Gaddam revolutionizes sustainable commuting

Hyderabad based entrepreneur, Vamsi Gaddam, the Founder of Automobile Private Limited brings forward a green revolution with Atum 1.0.

brand-post Updated: Sep 16, 2020 18:27 IST
Vamsi Gaddam
Vamsi Gaddam

World is fighting very hard to survive through many crisis, some natural and some man made, Hyderabad based entrepreneur, Vamsi Gaddam, the Founder of Automobile Private Limited brings forward a green revolution with Atum 1.0.

Talking about Atum 1.0, an electric bike with a step forward to travel sustainably, Mr Vamsi says, “After three years of hard work and a vision to introduce a sustainable way to commute, we’re extremely delighted to launch the Atum 1.0. This vehicle is suited to address the ambitions of Indian customers, while serving purpose, style, and comfort.”

Travel sustainably

Powered by a lithium ion battery, the Atum 1.0 has a space-saving configuration and offers a range that outperforms other electric bikes in the market. “Atum 1.0 boasts of zero emissions and we are confident that this product will captivate the market with its sustainable solution for short distance travel. We believe that Atum 1.0 is an important milestone in our larger commitment towards transforming India into a sustainable and environmentally responsible nation,” shares Mr Vamsi.

The Atum 1.0 is priced at Rs. 50,000, is powered by a 48V, 18.6 Ah portable lithium ion battery pack that charges in under 4 hours. Further elaborating on how Atum 1.0 can be the face of sustainable commuting he says, “The Atum 1.0 has claimed a range of 100 km on a single charge. The 250 W electric motor delivers a top speed of 25 kmph. The Atum 1.0 is approved by the International Centre for Automotive Technology (ICAT) and does not need to be registered, and neither does the person riding it require a driving licence.” Apart from his newly launched electric bike, Mr Vamsi has achieved multiple ways to help people live a sustainable life. Amongst others, he has built ATUM, an integrated solar roof. It is the first of its kind in the world, addressing one of the largest problems that is the coal based power production by providing solutions in the affordable housing, net zero industries and commercial establishments. Atum Roof has received Patent as Eco-Friendly Energy Generating Roof.

Other achievements

In the past one decade, under his leadership, as Joint Managing Director Visaka Industries Limited has integrated modern technology with green buildings products as well. One of which is Vnext, an eco-friendly substitute to conventional materials like plywood, gypsum boards and traditional brick wall construction. With this initiative, deforestation has been reduced and more than 5,00,000 trees have been saved. In fact, Visaka Industries is also a leading name in manufacturing sustainable yarn from PET bottles, impacting nearly 100 million PET bottles from piling up in dump yards and oceans.

Disclaimer: This is a company press release. No HT journalist is involved in creation of this content.

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