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Stellantis Free2move

Stellantis reducing emissions in a move toward net zero

Aug. 11, 2023
As a strategic part of the Stellantis' Dare Forward Plan, Free2move is already meeting their emission reduction milestones.

Free2move, by tech and data mobility provider Stellantis, is taking steps toward reducing emissions by offering shared access to Low Emission Vehicles (LEV - below 50g CO2 per kilometer) while reducing the number of automobiles on the road.

A mobility marketplace with solutions that impact carbon footprint

As Stellantis sees automobile usage as a lifestyle choice that can impact a person's carbon footprint, Free2move aims to reduce the need for individual car ownership by providing vehicle access by the minute, by the day, and by the month. It allows customers to avoid the long-term commitment of vehicle ownership with options that only require payment for usage.

Free2move has more than 1 billion minutes of car sharing service in 2022 and 450,000 cars available for rental and long-term subscription, the company says.

“At Free2move, we put the customer experience at the heart of the business to reinvent mobility," said Brigitte Courtehoux, CEO, Free2move. "Our solutions are designed to offer a seamless customer experience, with new options to access safe, reliable LEV vehicles. We are thrilled to have created a mobility solution that eases the transition to EVs for our customers. And we are so excited about the impact this will have, helping the world move towards net zero.” 

Free2move is active in the EV transition targets

Not everyone interested in supporting the energy transition is able to quickly and easily purchase an EV. But by introducing EVs into their fleets, Stellantis says their customers can participate in this transition, either by testing the vehicles prior to purchase or by using them as part of their transportation.

Free2move eSolutions also provides access to a fast-charging network powered by renewables, helping drivers find charging points close by on a map.

Currently, LEVs make up 22% of their fleets. As part of their Dare Forward plan, the company is working toward 100% LEV in its fleet by 2040, with initial LEV targets of 40% by 2025 and 60% by 2030.

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