Envoy keeps growing community-based EV services in California

“Since its founding in April 2017, Envoy has grown from two EVs deployed at partner sites to more than 30. The company also has a confirmed pipeline of hundreds more vehicles and thousands of charging stations in markets across the U.S.

EVs in Envoy’s community-based fleet are now available as an on-site amenity for residents and guests at a number of California apartment complexes, workplaces and hotels, including Equity Residential’s Marina 41, Related Real Estate’s Argyle House, Hackman Capital’s Culver Studios and the SIXTY Beverly Hills Hotel.

Earlier this year, Envoy secured $1.5 million in grant funding from the California Energy Commission to deploy a shared mobility program for disadvantaged communities in the greater Sacramento metropolitan area and the Bay Area. The company was also recently named as a participant in Electrify America’s Green City initiative, a $44 million deployment of EV infrastructure in Sacramento. Envoy’s initial rollout will provide 142 vehicles, each with its own EV charger, available across 71 locations throughout the city.”

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