EV100 members

EV100 is a global initiative bringing together 69 forward-looking companies committed to accelerating the transition to electric vehicles (EVs) and making electric transport the new normal by 2030. Electric transport offers a major solution in cutting millions of tons of greenhouse gas emissions per year, as well as curbing transport related air and noise pollution. Find out more about our EV100 campaign.


 

AEON Mall

AEON Mall is a Japanese shopping mall developer with operations across Asia. The company is committed to supporting the uptake of EVs by its customers, and has already installed over 1,000 charging points in Japan. AEON Mall joined EV100 through Japan-CLP, The Climate Group’s regional engagement partner in Japan.


 

Aéroports de Montréal

Aéroports de Montréal is responsible for the management, operation and development of YUL Montréal-Trudeau International Airport and YMX International Aerocity of Mirabel, in Canada. Under EV100, the organisation will switch its 79 vehicles to electric by 2030 and install charging for employees and customers to use at both of its airport sites.


 

Air New Zealand

Air New Zealand is the country’s national carrier airline, based in Auckland. It has already transitioned 100% of its light vehicle fleet to EV and electrified more than half of its heavy airport service vehicles, as well as installing charging for staff as its office locations.


 

Airport Authority Hong Kong (AAHK)

Airport Authority Hong Kong is responsible for the operation and development of Hong Kong International Airport. Under EV100, Airport Authority Hong Kong has committed to transition its fleet of over 3,300 vehicles to EV by 2030, as well as provide charging at public car parks for the airport community and passengers.


 

APCOA Parking Group

APCOA Parking Group is a leading parking operator across the UK and Europe, managing approximately 1.4 million individual parking spaces at more than 9,000 locations across 13 countries. Under EV100, the Group will commence in installing charging at its sites in the UK & Ireland, before rolling out to all other countries. It will also switch its vehicle fleet, including vans and buses to electric by 2030 and install charging to encourage EV uptake for its 5,000 employees. 


 

ASKUL

ASKUL Corporation is a Japanese e-commerce company offering a wide variety of products to households and companies across Japan. Through its wholly owned subsidiary and delivery arm ASKUL LOGIST, it will transition its 200+ vehicles to EV by 2030.


 

AstraZeneca

AstraZeneca is a UK-headquartered global, science-led biopharmaceutical business that focuses on the discovery, development and commercialisation of prescription medicines, with operations across the globe. AstraZeneca strengthened its EV100 commitment in 2020 by bringing forward its target to electrify its directly controlled 16,000 vehicle fleet to 2025, from its original 2030 commitment. AstraZeneca is also a member of EP100 and RE100.


 

Austrian Post

Austrian Post is the largest postal and logistics company in Austria. The company already operates the largest EV fleet in the country and will switch its entire 8,500-strong fleet to EV by 2030 as part of EV100.


 

Baidu

Baidu, headquartered in China, is one of the world’s leading IT companies, as well as leading on artificial intelligence and autonomous EV technology. Under EV100, it has committed to transition its fleet to EV and install charging to support EV uptake by staff. Baidu already uses electric buses for staff transit at its campuses.


 

Bank of America

Bank of America is one of the world’s leading financial institutions. Under EV100, Bank of America is committed to supporting EV uptake by staff across its corporate locations, having already installed over 200 charging points in the US, China, the UK and other countries. This is in addition to nearly 10,000 employees participating in its low-carbon vehicles reimbursement program.


 

Bounce

Bounce is a Bangalore-based urban mobility solution provider, offering thousands of motorized scooters for rent across India. As an EV100 member, Bounce plans to fully electrify its customer fleet of scooters, currently 11,000, by 2023. This commitment also includes the company’s growth plans, as it is targeting 1.1 million scooters by 2025 and 2 million by 2030. Bounce will also be providing workplace charging at all corporate locations.   


 

BSES Rajdhani Power Limited (BRPL)

BSES Rajdhani Power Limited (BRPL) is an Indian utility committed to switching to EVs by 2030. BRPL will convert its entire delivery fleet to electric, serving 2.4 million customers in New Delhi and encourage EV uptake among its 10,000+ employees. BRPL will also test models to stabilize the electricity grid for EV charging and effectively integrate renewable electricity in its network.


 

BSES Yamuna Power Limited (BYPL)

BSES Yamuna Power Limited (BYPL) is an Indian utility company committed to switching its fleet to EV by 2030. BYPL will also encourage EV uptake among its business associates and 2,400 employees and deliver awareness programs for its 1.6 million customers in New Delhi on the benefits of EVs in reducing air pollution. BYPL has also volunteered its power distribution networks for research on the impact of renewable power sources and EV charging on the electric network.


 

BT Group

BT Group is a UK-based telecommunications company. BT Group has a fleet of approximately 33,000 vehicles, ranging from cars to heavy duty vehicles, including 25,000 in its Openreach network engineering business. The company aims to convert its vehicles to EV where it is the best technical and economic solution and will pursue other ultra-low emission solutions where EVs are not viable.


 

Centrica

Centrica is one the UK’s largest energy providers for businesses and consumers. Under EV100, Centrica has committed to transition its fleet of 12,500 vehicles to EV by 2030 across its operations in the UK and North America.


 

Christchurch Airport

Christchurch Airport, based on New Zealand’s South Island, welcomes more than six million passengers every year. Under EV100, the airport is committed to transitioning its vehicle fleet to EV by 2030 as well as installing charging for staff and customers.  It also hosts ‘Yoogo’ – an EV sharing scheme for community use – and is challenging other businesses to commit to EVs.


 

Clif Bar & Company

Clif Bar & Company is an organic food company based in Emeryville, California. Under EV100, the company is committed to electrify its fleet by 2030, as well as installing EV charging at all facilities by 2030. To help support employees, Clif Bar is also offering financial incentives to support the purchase of commuter bicycles, as well as fuel-efficient hybrids and EVs.


 

CLP Group

CLP Group, headquartered in Hong Kong, is one of the largest investor-owned power businesses in Asia Pacific with investment across the region. As an EV100 member, CLP is committed to switching its fleet of nearly 1,000 vehicles to EV by 2030, where realistically feasible. It will also encourage EV uptake by staff by installing appropriate charging infrastructure at workplaces across its operating regions by 2030.


Danfoss

Danfoss, headquartered in Denmark, engineers and manufactures energy efficient technologies that enable reduced energy consumption and efficient resource use. Danfoss is committing to transition its fleet of 2,300 leased or owned company cars to EV by 2030, as well as supporting EV uptake by staff by installing charging points at all of its factories. Danfoss is also a member of EP100 and RE100.


 

Delta Electronics

Delta Electronics is a global provider of power and thermal management solutions globally headquartered in Taipei, with operations in the US and China. Under EV100, Delta has committed to electrifying its fleet by 2030 as well as supporting EV uptake by staff by installing charging at workplaces. Delta also deploys electric shuttles for its employees.


 

Deutsche Post DHL Group

Deutsche Post DHL is the world’s leading mail and logistics company, based in Germany. To achieve its target of offering zero emission logistics by 2050, the company aims to replace its entire mail and parcel delivery fleet in the mid-term with EVs that are charged with renewable energy. The company already operates the largest electric fleet in Germany and has invested in its own vehicle manufacturer, StreetScooter, to supply specialized postal vans for its operations.


 

EDF Group

EDF Group is a French electric utility company, headquartered in Paris, France. Under EV100, EDF will transition its fleet of 40,000 vehicles to electric by 2030. EDF also plans to install solar PV, make use of its own ‘smart plug’ smart charging terminals and deploy autonomous electric shuttle vehicles at its nuclear plants in France. The Group is also supporting customers use electric vehicles by developing and installing charging infrastructure.


 

EDP

EDP is a Portuguese electric utilities company. Under EV100, EDP has committed to switch its fleet of more than 3,000 vehicles to electric. EDP is also focused on new commercial solutions and partnerships to facilitate the adoption of electric vehicles.


 

Efacec

Efacec is a leading technology solutions provider in energy, engineering, environment and mobility, headquartered in Portugal and with an international presence in over 65 countries. The company is committed to convert its fleet to EV by 2030 and support the adoption of EVs by its staff, having already equipped all of its relevant industrial sites with charging points.


 

E.ON

E.ON is a leading European energy company based in Essen, Germany. Under EV100, the company will switch its entire fleet to electric by 2030 and install charging across its 100 office sites for staff, guests and customers, building upon the 400 charging points already installed.


 

Foxtons

Foxtons is London’s leading estate agent. As part of EV100, Foxtons is committed to electrifying its fleet of 850 vehicles by 2030 subject to the UK government driving forward a stronger EV infrastructure across the UK’s capital.


 

Genentech

Genentech is a leading biotechnology company based in South San Francisco, California, that discovers and develops medicines for people with serious and life-threatening diseases. As an EV100 member, Genentech is committed to converting its sales fleet of more than 1,300 vehicles to EV or plug-in hybrid and the majority of its commuter buses to electric by 2030. Genentech also plans to convert at least 50% of its over 30 mid-size onsite fleet vehicles to EV or plug-in hybrid and continue to expand its EV charging provision for employees. Genentech is the first company in the world to have double-decker electric commuter coaches.


 

Genesis Energy

Genesis Energy is an energy company in New Zealand. Through EV100, Genesis will shift its fleet of 86 light and 82 heavy duty vehicles to EV. The company has already transitioned over 40% of its light duty fleet and is aiming for 100% of light vehicles by electric or hybrid by 2020, and 50% of its heavy vehicles by 2025. Genesis will also install charging points at key sites.


 

Goldman Sachs

Goldman Sachs is a leading global investment banking, security and investment management firm that provides a wide range of financial services to corporations, financial institutions, governments and high-net-worth individuals. As an EV100 member, Goldman Sachs is committing to installing charging at its owned offices with parking offered to full time employees. In offices where Goldman Sachs is a tenant, it is committed to engaging with landlords to encourage EV charging installations and make it an element of its site selection criteria. Goldman Sachs is also a member of EP100 and RE100.


 

Grundfos

Grundfos is a leading pump manufacturer based in Denmark. Under EV100, Grundfos has committed to electrify its 2,600 light vehicle fleet, that’s spread across 64 countries worldwide, by 2025.


 

Heathrow

Heathrow is the UK’s only hub airport, serving over 200,000 passengers every day. As part of its Heathrow 2.0 strategy, the airport is implementing comprehensive plans to transition airport mobility to electric solutions, including electric airport vehicles, charging stations for visitors and taxis and the Clean Vehicle Partnership helping over 20 Heathrow-based companies reduce their emissions as well.


 

HP Inc.

HP Inc. is a global leader in printing and personal systems headquartered in the US, with over 49,000 employees worldwide. It has been a champion of the US Department of Energy’s Workplace Charging Challenge, supporting the goal of a tenfold increase in US employers offering workplace charging by 2018. HP already offers more than 120 EV charging stations to employees in Germany, India, Israel, the US and UK, and will now work to roll out this offering globally.


 

Iberdrola

Iberdrola is a world leading renewable energy company from Spain. It has committed to fully electrifying its vehicle fleet of over 3,000 vehicles in Spain and the UK and providing charging for staff across its operations in these two countries. Iberdrola will also aspire towards this objective in Brazil, Mexico and the US, dependent on developments in the wider EV markets of these countries. As a commercial offering, Iberdrola has already committed to installing 16,000 charging points in homes and 9,000 at workplaces in Spain by 2021 and a fast charging network across the country.


 

IKEA Group

IKEA Group is a home furnishing company headquartered in The Netherlands with 355 stores in 29 countries. Over half of its stores already have EV charging stations installed and the company will roll this offering out globally as part of its EV100 commitment. IKEA will also work with service providers to transition its delivery fleets to EV – they are fast-tracking roll out in Amsterdam, Los Angeles, New York, Paris and Shanghai where the company aims to be electric for all last-mile delivery by 2020 ahead of a global transformation by 2025.


 

intu

intu is a British real estate investment company owning 17 shopping centres, directly managing 14, in the UK with a growing presence in Spain. Under EV100, the company committed to transition its fleet of vehicles to electric, as well as increasing customer electric vehicle charging at its 14 managed centres to help customers, staff and tenants make more sustainable travel choices and support the shift to electro-mobility.


 

John Sisk & Son

John Sisk & Son is an international construction company, founded in Ireland. With over 400 diesel vehicles, John Sisk & Son has committed to integrating electric vehicles into its company car fleet and continuing to install fast charging points for staff, as well as exploring installing temporary charging points at construction sites, where the majority of its employees work.


 

Landsec

Landsec is one of the largest commercial property development and investment company in the UK. As a member of EV100, the company will install charging infrastructure at 40 sites across its portfolio for its staff and customers. Landsec is also a member of RE100 and EP100, committed to doubling its energy productivity within 20 years from 2014 level and sourcing 100% renewable electricity.


 

LeasePlan

LeasePlan is an international leasing company based in the Netherlands, offering fleet management services to companies and public-sector entities in 32 countries. LeasePlan has made a public commitment to achieve net zero emissions from its customer fleet – 1.8 million vehicles - by 2030, as well as electrifying its own employee fleet by 2021.


 

Lime

Lime is a micromobility company, based in the US, that runs electric scooter and electric bikes sharing programs in various cities around the world, aimed at reducing our dependency on personal automobiles for short distance journeys in urban locations. Under EV100, Lime is converting its operations vehicles to EV by 2030.


 

Lloyds Banking Group

Lloyds Banking Group is a leading UK based financial services group providing a wide range of banking, insurance and financial services, focused on personal and commercial customers. As a member of EV100, Lex Autolease (part of Lloyds Banking Group) has committed to achieve net zero emissions across its customer fleet of just under 350,000 vehicles, electrifying as far as possible and offsetting any residual emissions. Lloyds Banking Group has also committed to electrifying its own corporate fleet and continue to install charging for staff and customers at all relevant locations. Lloyds Banking Group is also a member of EP100 and RE100. 


 

Mawdsleys

Mawdsleys is a company specialising in healthcare services and delivery of medicines to hospitals, headquartered in the UK. The company plans to switch its fleet of around 100 delivery vehicles and company cars to electric under EV100 by 2030, as the appropriate technology becomes available. Mawdsleys new HGV fleet will be fitted with solar panels as standard, providing energy to power the ancillary electrics of these specialist vehicles, designed to maintain a controlled, ambient storage environment for medicines.


 

Mercury

Mercury is an electricity retailer and generator from New Zealand. The company has already transitioned every vehicle in its fleet which can be practicably converted to electric to date, meaning its 870 employees at nearly 20 sites drive one of the largest EV fleets in New Zealand. Mercury, with others, also helped bring the Electric Highway to New Zealand with the peer-to-peer EV charger location app, Plugshare.


 

Meridian Energy

Meridian Energy is an energy utility from New Zealand. As an EV100 member, it has committed to switch its fleet of vehicles to EV and install charging facilities at its offices. The company already operates a 50% electric fleet.


 

METRO AG

METRO AG is one of the leading international companies in the wholesale and food service sector, from Germany. METRO AG has already installed charging stations for employees at its headquarter campus in Dusseldorf and has committed to install charging at 780+ locations around the world for staff and customers. It is also working to transition its vehicle fleet to EV.


 

Mitie

Mitie, a leading UK facilities management company, has committed for its fleet of 5,300 vehicles to be zero emission by 2025, subject to availability and affordability of the right vehicles and adequate charging infrastructure, and may include hydrogen and other zero emission solutions as well as EVs. Mitie has made an interim commitment for 20% of its small van and car fleet to be EV by 2020, as well as install 800 new charging points by the end of 2020 at office and client locations, as well as employee homes.


 

Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation (NTT)

Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation (NTT) is Japan’s largest telecommunications company. NTT is committed to transition its corporate fleet of 11,000 vehicles by 2030, with an interim target of 50% by 2025. NTT was recruited via Japan-CLP, The Climate Group’s regional engagement partner in Japan.


 

Novo Nordisk

Novo Nordisk is a global healthcare company from Denmark, specialising in diabetes care. As an EV100 member, Novo Nordisk is committing to transition its fleet of approximately 8,000 vehicles to electric and plug-in hybrid by 2030.


 

Ontario Power Generation

Ontario Power Generation is the largest clean energy generator in Ontario, Canada. The company will transition its fleet of over 500 vehicles, where technically and economically feasible, by 2030. It will also install 100 charging points across its sites.


 

Orsted

Ørsted

Ørsted is the world’s fifth largest renewable energy company, from Denmark. As an EV100 member, it is committed to transitioning its fleet of vehicles to electric by 2025. Ørsted will also encourage staff uptake of EVs by installing additional charging infrastructure and continue to collaborate with car-sharing companies that offer shared EVs.


 

Pacific Gas and Electric Company

PG&E is an energy provider for nearly 16 million people across California. In addition to operating one of the cleanest company fleets in the energy industry with nearly 1,600 electric-based vehicles, it is also supporting employee uptake of EVs through an incentive program for its 24,000 employees and more than 500 charging units installed at its own facilities.


 

Port Authority of New York & New Jersey

The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey (PANYNJ) builds, operates and maintains many of the most important transportation and trade infrastructure in the United States, including LaGuardia Airport and John F. Kennedy International Airport. As a first major milestone towards its EV100 commitment, PANYNJ will switch 50% of its 1,300 light duty vehicles to EV by 2025, with the rest to follow by 2030. It will also transition its entire airport shuttle bus fleet to electric.


 

Post CH Ltd

Post CH Ltd (a subsidiary of Swiss Post) will switch more than 10,000 vehicles to electric under EV100. Post CH has already electrified its mail delivery fleet consisting of 6,000 electric three-wheeled vehicles, and now wants to switch 4,600 delivery vans and 180 service vehicles to EV by 2030, if market supply and operating and real estate conditions allow.


 

RBS

RBS is a large banking and financial services company, headquartered in Scotland. As an EV100 member, the company will switch its 300 vehicle fleet to electric and encourage staff uptake of EVs by installing 450 charge points by 2025 and 600 by 2030. RBS is also a member of RE100 and EP100, committed to sourcing 100% renewable electricity by 2025 and reducing its energy consumption by 40% by 2025 against its 2015 baseline, respectively.


 

Royal HaskoningDHV

Royal HaskoningDHV is an independent international engineering and project management consultancy headquartered in the Netherlands. It is committed to transitioning its leased fleet and service contracts to EVs and is supporting the uptake of EVs by its 6,000 staff and its customers in over 150 countries. The company will transition its fleet in the Netherlands by 2021 and internationally by 2030.


 

Schenker AG

Schenker AG is a German freight logistics operator that will transition its fleet to EVs, according to the EV100 scope, covering 250 vehicles, as well as provide electric bikes for its 17,000 employees in Germany. The company will also – as soon as there is significant market penetration – require electric vehicles in its service contracts.


 

Schneider Electric

Schneider Electric is a French company leading in the digital transformation of energy management and automation. Under EV100, the company is committing to convert its 14,000 vehicle fleet in over 50 countries, as well as install EV charging at major office and factory sites for employees. Schneider Electric is also a member of EP100 and RE100.


 

Severn Trent

Severn Trent is the UK’s second biggest water company, serving 4.4m homes and business customers in England and Wales. The company has put itself firmly in the frontline of companies taking real, ambitious action to tackle climate change by making a Triple Carbon Pledge: by 2030 to operate with net zero carbon emissions, generate 100% of their energy from renewable sources and convert 100% of their fleet of over 2,000 vehicles to electric vehicles (availability permitting).


 

Shuttl

Shuttl is a leading mobility services company in India, operating nearly 30,000 rides daily to commuters in the Delhi-NCR region and Kolkata. Through their EV100 commitment, they plan to add 300 electric buses to their fleet by 2020 and will install more than 50 charging points along established routes to charge vehicles.


 

Signify

Signify is a global leader in connected LED products, systems and services, from the Netherlands. Under EV100, Signify has committed to transition its fleet of 2,000 vehicles to EV by 2030, as well as install charging points at all major office sites.


 

SSE plc

SSE plc is one the UK’s largest energy companies. Under EV100, SSE has committed to fully integrate EVs into their retained directly controlled fleet of over 3,500 vehicles and support EV uptake for its 21,000 employees through installing charging at all relevant premises. SSE has already started its transition by offering EVs on its company car scheme and installing over 50 charge points across 20 of its locations.


 

State Bank of India

State Bank of India (SBI) is an Indian multinational, public sector banking and financial services company. Under EV100, SBI will transition its vehicle fleet to EVs in major cities by 2030, as well as installing charging stations in major residential spaces to support uptake of EVs by staff.


 

Takashimaya

Takashimaya is a Japanese company that operates a well-known chain of department stores across Asia, offering a wide range of products. As an EV100 member, Takashimaya has committed to switch its fleet of vehicles to EV by 2030 and to provide EV charging for customers of all of its department stores – including, where technology permits, overseas stores located in Singapore, Mainland China, Vietnam and Thailand.


 

Taxelco Inc

Taxelco is a taxi service provider delivering a third of all taxi rides in Montreal, Canada. As an EV100 member, Taxelco will switch 1,500 vehicles to EV by 2030 and will collaborate towards the implementation of charging points.


 

Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings, Inc (TEPCO)

Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings, Inc (TEPCO) is the largest power company group in Japan, generating, distributing and selling electricity and other types of energy principally to the Kanto metropolitan area, which includes Tokyo and Yokohama. Under EV100, TEPCO will switch its 4,400 vehicle fleet to EV and roll out charging for staff at all premises by 2030. The company has already switched over 400 vehicles and installed approximately 100 charging points at office sites.


 

Unilever

Unilever is a global consumer goods company co-headquartered in the UK and the Netherlands. Under EV100, it has committed to transition its fleet of over 11,000 vehicles to EVs as well as offer workplace charging for staff and work with service providers to prioritize EVs. Unilever is also a member of the RE100 initiative. 


 

Vattenfall

Vattenfall is a Swedish utility serving customers in Denmark, Finland, the Netherlands, Germany, the UK and Sweden. In 2017, Vattenfall committed to switching its 1,000 benefit passenger cars to EV by 2021, with the rest of its fleet to be electrified by 2030.


 

VMWare

VMware is a US-based software company providing virtualization software, cloud computing and mobile technology. As an EV100 member, VMware is committing to promote the adoption of EVs through exploring the transition to EVs for its own fleet, as well as expanding EV charging across its offices. VMware has a variety of programs to promote EV adoption by staff and has 91 charging ports at its Palo Alto HQ campus.


 

Wipro Limited

Wipro Limited is a leading global information technology, consulting and business process services company with over 160,000 employees serving clients across six continents. Wipro will begin rolling out EVs in Indian cities Delhi, Bangalore, Hyderabad and Pune, involving nearly 2,000 vehicles. As interim goals, the company expects to scale up the use of EVs to 500 in the next three years and 1,000 by 2023. Wipro has also launched corporate vehicle ownership and lease programs and installed charging at all its major facilities in India to promote employee EV use.


Zenith

Zenith is the UK’s leading independent leasing, fleet management and vehicle outsourcing business – an innovative total mobility provider managing over 140,000 vehicles. Zenith is committing to electrify 48,000 vehicles procured on behalf of its customers and its own corporate fleet as well as installing charging for employees and customers at its corporate sites. Zenith will work with its fleet managed customers to promote EVs and accelerate the switch by extending the EV ambition across the entire portfolio.


 

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