Increased adoption of light electric vehicles through a standardized, swappable battery network
We love e-bikes and e-scooters. They are so much better than cars for crowded cities.
We love them for seniors. We love them for parents who use them to transport their kids. We love them for restaurant, grocery and parcel delivery. We love them for people who use it for commuting, work, or just for pleasure.
Over the past few years, e-bikes and e-scooters have grown quickly, with barely any standardization or regulation. We think this is a correctable mistake.
We believe that when cities invest in, or merely just encourage, a battery swap network, more people will get bikes and scooters who were reluctant before, and the ones who have them already, will use them more. We want to see more people ride their e-bikes to the beach, more seniors using e-scooters instead of para-transit, and more packages being delivered on bikes instead of in trucks. Making it easy for these vehicles to stay charged is the best way to get this done.