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Uber Green hits Sri Lanka as company drives towards zero emission goals Featured

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Uber announced the launch of its global flagship sustainability product, Uber Green, in Colombo. This will enable riders to book environment friendly rides with just a few taps on their Uber app. With an aim to accelerate its transition to zero emission mobility by 2040 in Sri Lanka,

Uber plans to expand on-demand electric vehicle (EV) rides with Uber Green in the island nation.

The option of choosing Uber Green will be available to riders who can now request a green ride across the city, including rides to and from the Bandaranaike International Airport. The new service was announced by Uber’s Chief Financial officer, Prashanth Mahendra-Rajah, who is visiting the country.

Commenting at the event, Prashanth Mahendra-Rajah, Chief Financial Officer, Uber, said, “We are committed to our goal to electrify every ride on our platform by 2040 and we are excited to bring Uber Green to Sri Lanka - making it the 17th country where our riders can make a climate conscious choice by opting for Green

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