California-based Biliti Electric has been felicitated by Chief Minister of Telangana, K Chandrashekar Rao at the inauguration of the world's largest innovation campus, T-Hub held at Hyderabad recently in presence of prominent dignitaries.
The company has been chosen as one of the selected few that will shortly become Unicorns. The state government has been a great catalyst in the company's growth story, from being one of the first innovators from T-Hub, to being a beneficiary of T-Hub's innovation programmes (by partnering with Uber, Intel Corporation, tec.), to progressing towards setting up the world's largest electric three-wheeler manufacturing plant in Telangana.
T-Hub 2.0, a Government of Telangana-supported business incubator, is aiming to impact at least 20,000 startups through its various programme interventions in the next five years. The T-Hub 2.0 will have international partners from Japan, Korea and UAE, among others. The T-Hub 2.0’s large-scale incubation and acceleration activities will include both early revenue and early-scale companies. The new phase of T-Hub 2.0 will have an enhanced focus on internationalization and capacity building with new foreign partnerships with Bangladesh and Uzbekistan. The T-Hub 2.0 building is constructed in a T-shaped structure spread across a total built-up area of 5,82,689 sq.ft. and 10 floors in 3.14 acres area.
Biliti Electric currently operates through a manufacturing partnership with Hyderabad- based Gayam Motor Works (GMW) for manufacturing its three-wheelers.