EV100 members

127 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
BSES Yamuna Power Limited (BYPL) Transition its fleet to EV by 2030 and install charging at 15 sites for staff and customers www.bsesdelhi.com/web/bypl/home#loaded

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 Transition its fleet of approximately 30,000 vehicles by 2030 www.bt.com/about

BT Group is a UK-based telecommunications company. BT Group has a fleet of approximately 30,000 vehicles, ranging from cars to heavy duty vehicles, including 28,000 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. BT Group has also partnered with the Climate Group on the UK Electric Fleets Coalition.

Capgemini Transition its entire global company fleet to 100% electric vehicles by 2030, ensuring access to electric charging infrastructure across their estate. www.capgemini.com/gb-en

Capgemini, an organisation of 270,000 in nearly 50 countries, is a global leader in partnering with companies to transform and manage their business by harnessing the power of technology and is guided every day by its purpose of unleashing human energy through technology for an inclusive and sustainable future.  It is committed to being a net-zero business by 2030 and is a member of RE100 also.

Centrica Transition its fleet of over 10,000 vehicles to EV by 2030 www.centrica.com

Centrica is one the UK’s largest energy providers for businesses and consumers. Under EV100, Centrica has committed to transition its fleet of 10,000 vehicles to EV by 2030 across its operations in the UK.

Chalet Hotels Electrify its fleet by 2025 and install charging points for staff and guests www.chalethotels.com

Chalet Hotels Limited (CHL) owns, develops and manages high-end hotels in key metro cities in India. It will transition 100% of the vehicle fleet deployed across the properties in the portfolio to electric vehicles by 2025. Further, all Chalet properties will be equipped with EV Charging points for both staff and guests.

Christchurch Airport Transition its fleet to EV by 2030 and installing charging for staff and customers www.christchurchairport.co.nz

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 Transition its fleet to EVs by 2030 and install charging for staff www.clifbar.com

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 Transition its fleet of nearly 1,000 vehicles to EV by 2030 and install charging for staff at workplaces www.clpgroup.com/en/index.html

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.

Coca Cola Europacific Partners Transition its fleet of approximately 8,000 vehicles to EVs www.cocacolaep.com

Coca Cola Europacific Partners (CCEP) makes, sells and distributes some the world's leading brands and wide choice of high quality drinks and is the world's largest independent Coca Cola bottler by revenue. To deliver against their net zero by 2040 ambition, CCEP aims to transition its own vehicle fleet approximately 8,000 vehicles to electric vehicles, wherever realistically possible, or ultra-low emission vehicles where EVs are not viable by 2030. CCEP also aims to offer workplace charging for its employees and make it easier for them to charge electric vehicles at home, at work and on-the-go.

Costain Transition its fleet of over 2,600 vehicles to EV and install charging for staff at its offices and relevant infrastructure project sites www.costain.com

Costain is a British-based smart infrastructure solutions provider, delivering integrated leading edge solutions to meet national needs across the UK’s energy, water, transportation and defence markets. As a member, Costain is transitioning its fleet of over 2,600 vehicles to EV and installing charging for staff at its permanent office sites and relevant infrastructure project sites.

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