GO Sharing starts today with offering electric shared cars. The company will start with 30 electric shared cars in Delft, Den Bosch, The Hague, Eindhoven and Rotterdam, which will have fixed (charging) places. A number of them have entered into a partnership with Q-Park for this purpose. With the multimodal service, the company aims to advance its service areas
In its own words, the Municipality of The Hague, together with the three scooter sharing providers, has done a lot in recent months to reduce the parking nuisance caused by shared scooters. For example, special parking spaces have been created along the coast for shared scooters and there are always parking coaches at the parking spaces on sunny days. Through
GO Sharing has recently started in Germany. The company has acquired the Saarbrück scooter sharing service TRIBe and starts with 100 electric scooter sharing in the Saarland capital before expanding to other German cities. Saarbrücken is the first in a series of German cities where GO Sharing are sustainable
GO Green, the holding company behind GO Sharing, has raised € 50 million in an investment round. With the investment, GO Sharing, the Dutch scale-up in electric shared transport, will strengthen its proposition in electric shared scooters and expand with e-bikes and electric cars. The capital injection will also accelerate the international rollout.
You have probably seen one drive by, the striking green sharing scooters from GO Sharing. GO Sharing is a Dutch scale-up with the ambition to make electric shared transport accessible to everyone. The founder and CEO, Raymond Pouwels, kicked off his scooters in Eindhoven in 2019. A year