in the U.S. using Tesla Model X, 7 Passenger SUVs
“With our triple bottom line approach, we have found that ridesharing to and from work in EVs during peak traffic hours and repurposing the EVs as car share vehicles the rest of the time, brings tremendous benefits in terms of reduced traffic, improved air quality, all while providing mobility and commuting savings to its users,” said Gustavo Occhiuzzo, CEO of Green Commuter.
The first all-electric vanpool commute has an origin point in Palmdale, a disadvantaged community, and destination in Valencia, an 86-mile round trip daily commute. The vanpool is comprised of workers from a manufacturing company. Most of the new vanpoolers previously drove to the worksite in Single Occupancy Vehicles.
“Green Commuter is about democratizing the electric vehicle and making it affordable to the broad population. With Green Commuter’s model, even minimum wage earners can now drive a zero emission vehicle to work every day while saving money,” said Gustavo Occhiuzzo.
Green Commuter will deploy an additional 10 Tesla Model X vehicles in the spring in Los Angeles and plans to expand the fleet to 50-80 units by the end of the year.
About Green Commuter
Green Commuter is a certified B Corp with a mission to decrease the cost of commuting, help alleviate traffic and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The efficiency and utilization of its zero emission vehicles dramatically increases the benefits to its clients, reduces traffic and improves air quality. www.greencommuter.org