EV100 members

EV100 is a global initiative bringing together 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. The company is supporting the uptake of electric vehicles (EVs) by its customers, and has been installing charging facilities at each of its 152 shopping malls across Japan since 2008. Already the company has installed 751 EV chargers in 135 malls in Japan, and plans to have installed them at 143 malls by 2018. In China, the company has so far installed 348 chargers at six malls. AEON Mall was recruited to EV100 via Japan-CLP, a regional engagement partner for the campaign on behalf of The Climate Group.

“We have taken the lead in introducing advanced approaches such as utilizing solar photovoltaic energy, building recharging stations for electric vehicles, and increasing the greening of shopping centers. Such approaches have also become acknowledged in recent years as a new value of a commercial facility. We will promote the creation of people-friendly, environment-friendly malls and strive to be Asia’s No.1 specialized commercial developer by gaining support from local residents and society. That’s why we are joining EV100.”Yoshiharu Umeda, Senior Managing Director, Administration Division, General Manage


 

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, ASKUL will transfer 200 vehicles to EVs by 2030. This builds on 10 EVs purchased by the company last year. The first company worldwide to join EV100 and RE100 simultaneously, ASKUL recognizes the importance of business leadership in accelerating a clean and robust economy, and is working to achieve net-zero emissions by 2030.

“Worsening climate change impacts mean businesses must take faster action. That’s why ASKUL is transitioning to electric vehicles and renewable power through The Climate Group’s global campaigns. By joining EV100 and RE100, we want to show suppliers that there is demand for delivery use of EVs, and ultimately, that renewable energy could be more readily available to power them. This will help us to shift the market, while delivering on our goal of reaching net-zero carbon emissions by 2030, and showing our customers our commitment to sustainable operations.” - Shoichiro Iwata, CEO, ASKUL Corporation


 

Air New Zealand

Air New Zealand is proud to be New Zealand’s national carrier, facilitating more than 16 million customer journeys to, from and across New Zealand every year. The airline is committed to sustainably growing its business and creating positive opportunity for New Zealand - socially, environmentally and economically. As part of its ambitious sustainability initiatives, the airline has taken a leadership position in the shift to EVs, and has already transitioned 100% of its light vehicle fleet and electrified more than half of its heavy airport service vehicles.

“At airports and on the roads, our EVs are literally driving a call to action for the business community to commit to more sustainable options. By investing in EVs, we’re helping to increase both supply and demand for electric transport and charging infrastructure – a move which will ultimately make EVs a mainstream sight in New Zealand.” - Christopher Luxon, CEO, Air New Zealand


 

Baidu

Baidu is one of the world’s leading IT companies and the first Chinese EV100 member, committing to transition its own fleets to EV as well as enabling staff to use electrified transport. Among other things, Baidu already uses electric buses for staff transit at its campuses and has charging infrastructure installed for staff. Baidu is also a world leader in artificial intelligence, and developing future autonomous EV technology across the industry.

“We are delighted to be the first Chinese company to join EV100. As one of the world’s leading IT companies, we are inspired to create a better future for all through technology innovation, and are committed to sustainability across our business operations. We have already made significant progress in promoting low carbon electro-mobility. We hope that other Chinese companies will follow our lead.” - Wang Lu, Vice President, Baidu


 

Deutsche Post DHL Group

Deutsche Post DHL Group is the world’s leading mail and logistics company. To achieve its bold target of offering zero emissions logistics by 2050, the company aims to replace its entirely mail and parcel delivery fleet in the mid-term with electric vehicles that are charged with electricity generated from renewable energy sources. 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 already recognized for its expertise on batteries for electric vehicles. Now the company will transition its fleets to electric vehicles, starting in France, followed by fleets belonging to the Group’s subsidiaries. At its nuclear plants in France, EDF plans to install solar photovoltaics, make use of its own “smart plug” smart charging terminals, and deploy autonomous electric shuttle vehicles. The Group is also helping its customers to use electric vehicles by developing charging infrastructure nationwide.

“We believe in the importance of developing electric mobility in our towns and regions. For us, joining the EV100 initiative demonstrates this belief, and will help to bring about faster market change. That’s why I am particularly proud of our commitment to convert the whole of our car fleet to electric vehicles by 2030 – and I encourage other leading businesses to do the same.” - Jean-Bernard Lévy, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, EDF


 

Heathrow

Heathrow Airport is the UK’s only hub airport, serving over 13,000 flights and 200,000 passengers every day. Heathrow 2.0 is the airport’s plan for sustainable growth, including a goal to become zero-carbon airport by 2050 for fixed infrastructure. As part of this strategy, Heathrow Airport is implementing comprehensive plans to transition airport mobility to electric solutions, including electric airport vehicles, charging stations for airport visitors and taxis and the Clean Vehicle Partnership helping over 20 Heathrow-based companies reduce their emissions as well. Heathrow is also a member of the RE100 initiative.

“Our participation in EV100 ties us to some ambitious but realistic targets, including our goal to turn all our cars and small vans electric or plug-in hybrid, and to invest in electric infrastructure to support the transition of our own fleet as well as our airport partners. We are committed to reducing our environmental impact and with EV100 and our sustainability strategy Heathrow 2.0, we are leading by example so we can all together improve air quality in our cities.” - Matt Gorman, Sustainability Director, Heathrow Airport


 

HP Inc.

HP Inc. is a global leader in printing and personal systems with over 49,000 employees worldwide. It has among others 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 United States and UK, and will now work to roll out this offering globally. HP Inc. is also a member of the RE100 initiative.

“Becoming a founding member of EV100 enables HP to reinvent sustainable operations and lead change in our industry and beyond. EV100 will help us continue to support and engage our employees and customers on electric vehicle uptake by installing EV infrastructure, and further our goal to reduce GHG emissions from our auto fleet by 10 percent by 2025.” - Jon Flaxman, Chief Operating Officer, HP Inc.


 

IKEA Group

IKEA Group is a home furnishing company with 355 stores in 29 countries.  Over half of its stores already have EV charging stations installed, and will roll out this offering globally as part of its EV100 commitment. IKEA will also work with service providers to transition its delivery fleets to EV. For example, over 50 EV trucks are already in operating in China, and 20 will be deployed in Los Angeles and New York from 2018.  IKEA is also a founding member of The Climate Group’s RE100 campaign.

“IKEA Group wants to show that a transition to electric vehicles is possible, bringing benefits for both the global climate and the local environment around our stores. That’s why we are excited to join EV100 as founding members, and accelerate the change towards more sustainable transportation.” - Pia Heidenmark-Cook, Acting Chief Sustainability Officer, IKEA Group


 

LeasePlan

LeasePlan is an international leasing company, 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 the corporate automotive sector by 2030. It is developing a comprehensive offering to help its customers transition to electric vehicles, as well a walking the talk by electrifying its own employee fleet by 2021.

“LeasePlan is delighted to be a founding member of EV100 and proud to announce today that its own employee fleet will be going electric, making us the first major leasing company to make the switch. Our ambition is for all employees to be driving electric cars by 2021. Over half the cars on the road today belong to companies. Making the transition to an electric fleet is one of the easiest ways for businesses to help tackle climate change.” - Tex Gunning, Chief Executive Officer, LeasePlan


 

Mercury

Mercury is a New Zealand electricity retailer and generator that has already transitioned every vehicle in its fleet that can be practicably converted to electric (80 out of 114 vehicles). Now 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’.

"Now that we’ve converted every vehicle that we can to EVs, our mission of Energy Freedom inspires us to support the electrification of transport throughout New Zealand. Around 90% of New Zealand’s electricity is produced from clean renewable sources so it’s a winning formula for drivers, for business, to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and to reduce dependence on imported fossil fuels. Mercury is part of a movement in New Zealand and globally through membership of EV100.” - Fraser Whineray, CEO, Mercury


 

METRO AG

METRO AG is one of the leading international companies in the wholesale and food service sector. As part of its climate target to at least half CO2 emissions per square meter of retail space by 2030 compared to 2011, it has among others already installed charging stations for employees at its headquarter campus in Duesseldorf, Germany and operates around 100 further charging points at stores around the world. METRO AG is also working to transition its company car fleet to EVs over time.

“Electro-mobility forms an essential element of our climate target of reducing our CO2 emissions per square meter of sales floor by 50% by 2030. By signing the EV100 Initiative, we want to support alternative forms of mobility to the benefit of our customers and the environment and thereby underscore our commitment to sustainability” - Heiko Hutmacher, Member of the Management Board, METRO AG and responsible for Sustainability.


 

Pacific Gas and Electric Company

As an energy provider for nearly 16 million Californians, PG&E has a long-standing commitment to the state’s clean energy, air quality, and carbon reduction goals. PG&E operates one of the cleanest company fleets in the energy industry, with nearly 1,600 electric-based vehicles, including a pioneering hybrid-electric bucket truck. It also offers an EV incentive program for its 24,000 employees and more than 500 charging units at its own facilities. Its support for EV adoption includes a program to install 7,500 level 2 EV charging stations at multi-family dwellings and workplaces, with a special focus on disadvantaged communities.

“With nearly 300,000 electric vehicles already on California’s roads and bold goals for the future, we are at the forefront of the transition to a low-carbon transportation sector. By expanding the state’s EV infrastructure and operating a clean transportation fleet, PG&E will continue to help California meet the climate challenge, while making it more convenient for our customers to choose clean, affordable electricity to fuel their vehicles. We’re excited to join EV100 and help demonstrate what’s possible.” - Melissa Lavinson, Chief Sustainability Officer, PG&E Corporation


 

Royal HaskoningDHV

Royal HaskoningDHV is an independent international engineering and project management consultancy, driving positive change through innovation and technology. The company is helping clients to use resources more efficiently, and creating smart solutions for a more sustainable future. Royal HaskoningDHV is committed to transitioning its leased fleets and service contracts to electric vehicles (EVs), and is supporting the uptake of EVs by its 6,000 staff and customers in over 150 countries. The company will transition its fleet, just over 500 cars, in the Netherlands by 2021, and internationally by 2030. Currently the fleet holds 20 plug-in hybrids and 30 100% electric vehicles. All employees with plug-ins and 80% of those with EVs have a charger installed at their home.

“In recent months, as a means of controlling climate change and air pollution, various governments announced measures to phase-out diesel or petrol-driven vehicles. As an innovative company, we want to be a frontrunner in developments relating to sustainability and mobility of the future. We provide advice to clients concerning sustainable mobility and the energy transition. These two elements converge in electric driving. For us the move to 100% electric vehicles is a no-brainer and all companies should do this. The trend is clear. Let’s use our time efficient and stop talking and take action.” - Erik Oostwegel, CEO, Royal HaskoningDHV


 

Unilever

Unilever is a global consumer goods company that believes sustainability and growth go hand in hand. As part of its comprehensive sustainability strategy, it has committed to transition its fleets to electric vehicles as well as offer work place charging to staff and work with service providers to prioritize EV. 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 the context of its ambition to become climate neutral by 2030 in the Nordics and fossil free within one generation, electromobility plays a crucial role both for its own operations and as a new business area. In February 2017 Vattenfall pledged to transition its entire vehicle fleet to EVs within the next five years and in September the same year it joined The Climate Group’s global initiative EV100 to speed up switch to electric vehicles.

“Climate change is one of our biggest challenges so we are very happy to join the EV100 initiative. Replacing our whole 3,500 car fleet with EV in the coming five years, working with our customers to deploy charging infrastructure, and building northern Europe’s biggest connected charging network, are three examples of actions we are taking to promote a sustainable and climate smarter living for customers and citizens.” - Magnus Hall, Chief Executive Officer, Vattenfall


 

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