Lime is committing to 100% zero-emissions operations fleet vehicles by 2030. As part of this commitment, Lime will become the first global micromoblity provider to join The Climate Group’s EV100.
Joe Kraus, President at Lime, says: “Lime is a company founded on clean electrified micromobility solutions and committing to 100% electric vehicles in our operations is the next step on our journey in fighting climate change. We’re focused on new solutions that drive a zero-carbon future and are acting today for a greener tomorrow.”
Helen Clarkson, CEO of The Climate Group, adds: “This is a great example of a company addressing the global climate and air pollution crisis by switching their operation vehicles to 100% electric by 2030. They are leading the way in the transition to sustainable transport and we need major companies all over the US to follow suit.”
Andrew Savage, Lime’s Head of Sustainability, says: “As our business matures, we’re looking hard at every possible way we can continue to make improvements to our operations toward the zero-carbon future our program’s help achieve.”
Lime scooters are already charged with 100% renewable energy including wind, solar, and hydro power from around the world.