EV100 members

128 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 Commitment Website
AstraZeneca Transition its directly controlled fleet to BEV by the end of 2025 where technically feasible. www.astrazeneca.com

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 to the end of 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 www.post.at/en

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.

Read more about their progress in this case study.

Aviva Transition of all fleet vehicles in Ireland and UK to EV by end 2025, and in Canada and across Aviva's global operations by end of 2027 at the latest, subject to availability of suitable vehicles. Aviva will also invest in charging infrastructure. www.aviva.co.uk

Aviva is the UK’s leading insurer and across its core markets of UK, Ireland and Canada and has 18 million customers. As part of its EV100 commitment, Aviva’s entire fleet in Ireland and the UK will be EV by end of 2025, and in Canada and across global operations by end 2027 at the latest.  Aviva will also invest in public and onsite charging infrastructure.

Babor Transition its fleet to EVs by 2030 and require EVs in its service contracts us.babor.com

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.

Baidu Transition its fleet to EVs by 2030 and install charging for staff home.baidu.com

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 Install charging at its financial centres for staff and customers www.bankofamerica.com

Bank of America is one of the world’s leading financial institutions and is committed to helping in the transition to a low-carbon future. The company supports EV uptake by offering more than 200 charging points in the U.S., U.K. and other countries for employees, and is installing charging stations at financial centres across the U.S. to be used by employees and customers, in partnership with Electrify America. In addition, Bank of America employees have access to discounts on home charging stations and solar panels.

Barclays transition their fleet of 2,700 vehicles to electric by 2030. www.barclays.co.uk

Barclays is a British universal bank. As an EV100 member, Barclays is committing to transition its global vehicle fleet, of approximately 2,700 vehicles to EVs by 2030, with an interim target of 100% EV in the UK by 2025. Our ambition will be 100% EV, but we will transition to ultra-low emissions vehicles (ULEV), where EVs are not viable.

Bayer transition its fleet of approximately 26,000 vehicles to electric by 2030. www.bayer.com/en

Bayer is a leading Life Science company with a more than 150-year history and core competencies in the areas of health care and agriculture. With our innovative products, we are contributing to finding solutions to some of the major challenges of our time, driven by our vision “Health for all, Hunger for none”. As an EV100 member, Bayer will transition 26,000 vehicles to electric wherever technically and economically feasible.

Biogen Transition its fleet of over 1,600 vehicles to EV by 2030 and install charging for staff at 30 corporate locations www.biogen.com

Biogen is headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts and is one of the world’s first global biotechnology companies, leading in innovative scientific research with the goal to defeat devastating neurological diseases. As a member of EV100, Biogen has committed to 100% electrification of 1,605 vehicles and deployment of charging infrastructure for workplace charging at 30 corporate locations.

Bounce Transition its customer fleet of scooters to EV bounceshare.com

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. 

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