Indonesia’s Gojek wants all vehicles on its app to be electric by 2030


Indonesian ride-hailing app Gojek has announced plans to make every car and motorcycle on its platform an electric vehicle (EV) by 2030 in an ambitious three-pronged sustainability strategy.

Dubbed the “Three Zeros” agenda, the company aims to reach zero emissions, zero waste and zero socio-economic barriers by the end of the decade, co-founder and co-CEO Kevin Aluwi told CNBC.

The plans will see the 11-year-old company invest in a series of EV pilot programs across Southeast Asia, as well as launching a “world-first” in-app carbon offsetting feature. However Aluwi said the plans would also require external support.

“We’re definitely going to put our money where our mouth is,” said Aluwi….


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