EV100 members

92 members have made a commitment to switch their fleets to EVs and/or install charging for staff and/or customers by 2030. Read about their commitments and the actions they're taking.

Name Sort descending Commitment Website
AEON Mall Install charging for customers at over 80 locations

AEON Mall is a Japanese shopping mall developer with operations across Asia. The company is committed to supporting EV uptake by its customers, and has already installed over 1,000 charging points across 80 locations in Japan.

Aéroports de Montréal Install charging for staff and customers at both airport sites and switch its fleet to EV by 2030

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.

AGL Energy Transition its fleet of over 400 vehicles to EV by 2030

AGL Energy is one of Australia's leading energy companies, supplying energy and other services to more than 3.7 million customer accounts. AGL operates the largest electricity portfolio in Australia's National Electricity Market and is also the country's leading private investor in renewable energy. As an EV100 member, AGL will transition its fleet of just over 400 vehicles to EV by 2030.

Air New Zealand Install charging for staff and customers and switch its vehicle fleet to EV by 2022

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

Airport Authority Hong Kong Transition its fleet of over 3,300 vehicles to EV by 2030 and provide public charging for passenger

Airport Authority Hong Kong is responsible for the operation and development of Hong Kong International Airport. Under EV100, it has committed to transition its fleet of over 3,300 vehicles to EV, targeting 100% light duty airside vehicles to be EV by 2022 and airside vans, mini-buses and bus fleet to be EV by 2024. AAHK will also provide charging at public car parks for the airport community and passengers.

APCOA Parking Group Install charging at its sites for customers in the UK & Ireland and switch its fleet of over 250 vehicles to EV by 2030

APCOA Parking Group is a leading parking operator across the UK and Europe. Under EV100, the Group will commence installing charging at its sites in the UK and Ireland, before rolling out to all other countries. It will also switch its fleet, including vans and buses to electric by 2030 and install charging to encourage EV uptake for its 5,000 employees.

ASKUL Transition its 200+ vehicles to EV by 2030

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 Transition its fleet of 16,000 vehicles to EV by 2025

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 fleet of 16,000 vehicles to 2025, from its original 2030 commitment. AstraZeneca is also a member of EP100 and RE100.

Austrian Post Transition its fleet of 8,500 vehicles to EV by 2030

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+ vehicle fleet to EV by 2030 as part of EV100.

Babor Transition its fleet to EVs by 2030 and require EVs in its service contracts

Babor is an internationally leading, family-run professional cosmetics brand from Germany, with more than 60 years of skincare expertise. Production at its headquarters in Aachen has been CO2 neutral since 2014 and Babor has been a strong advocate for e-mobility for years. The company already has charging stations at its headquarters. Now, through its EV100 commitment, Babor is dedicated to switching its fleet of vehicles over to EV by 2030, and require EVs in its service contracts.

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