In cooperation with Gogoro, Gojek’s electric motorcycle is ready for Wira-Wiri in Jakarta

In cooperation with Gogoro, Gojek’s electric motorcycle is ready for Wira-Wiri in Jakarta

Gojek, on-demand platforms in Southeast Asia, and Gogoro, a global technology company in the battery ecosystem to exchange which supports sustainable urban mobility, today announced a strategic partnership to accelerate the adoption of two-wheeled electric vehicles in Indonesia.

The partnership between Gojek (a GoTo group company) and Gogoro currently covers two main areas of cooperation. First, the investment of the GoTo group in Gogoro through the program Private investment in public capital (PIPE). Second, the cooperation between Gojek, Gogoro and Pertamina through a battery pilot project to exchange and the test of the Gogoro Smartscooter vehicle in Jakarta.

“One of the biggest challenges in Indonesia and in the world today is the effort to transform our mode of urban transport into a new generation mode of transport, which uses smart, sustainable and accessible electric two-wheeled vehicles. and accepted by With the support of the Indonesian government, we are on the right track to get there, ”he said. Horace Luke, Founder and CEO of Gogoro, as quoted in a press release received by Media Indonesia on Tuesday (2/11).

“Drums to exchange de Gogoro is the latest innovation in electric refueling. We are presenting an open platform to help two-wheeler manufacturers introduce electric vehicles that can refuel quickly, safely and are easy to use, ”continued Luke.

Meanwhile, Gojek co-founder / CEO Kevin Aluwi said his partnership with Gogoro was an effort to unite two like-minded and like-minded companies for the adoption of electric vehicles as the preferred mode of transportation in Indonesia. . “Partnerships like this are very important, if we are to achieve our goal of reorganizing modes of transport in the city,” he said. Kevin.

“It is a real step for Gojek to become a platform” carbon neutral and the transition to 100% electric two-wheeled vehicles by 2030, ”he added.

Based in Jakarta, the Gojek and Gogoro trials will include 250 Gogoro Smartscooters and four battery stations to exchange GoStation which is located at the Pertamina gas station. Together, the two companies plan to increase testing to 5,000 two-wheeled electric vehicles and deliver more battery stations to exchange.

Gogoro has become a global leader in innovation in compact electric drive, battery design, battery to exchange, and service advanced cloud which harnesses artificial intelligence to manage battery availability and safety. The heart of the Gogoro ecosystem is the Gogoro network, a battery platform to exchange highly efficient and recognized by Guidehouse Insights as a battery company to exchange leader for light vehicles (lightweight) cities of the world. With over 400,000 cyclists and 2,100 battery stations to exchange, the Gogoro network served 270,000 batteries to exchange daily with more than 250 million batteries in total to exchange nowadays.

In addition to the Gogoro network, in 2015 Gogoro also launched the Gogoro Smartscooter, the world’s first award-winning smart electric two-wheeled vehicle. In 2019, Gogoro Network developed the Powered by Gogoro Network (PBGN) program that allows Gogoro automotive partners to access Gogoro innovations, including powertrain intelligence and its controllers, components and intelligent systems, so that they can develop and launch unique electric vehicles integrated into the Gogoro battery network trades.

Gojek and Gogoro’s essays are also in line with the goal durability Gojek and the ongoing efforts to reduce the carbon footprint. Last April, Gojek launched Sustainability report first, which also explained Gojek’s goal of achieving zero emissions by 2030, including the plan to transition 100% of its two-wheeler fleet to electric vehicles.

GoTo investment in Gogoro

In September 2021, GoTo invested in the financing of PIPE as part of the business combination of Gogoro and Poema Global Holdings Corp. This transaction should be finalized in early 2022. GoTo is Indonesia’s largest technology group and an “essential” ecosystem for everyday life made up of platforms on demand larger (Gojek), platform e-commerce the largest in Indonesia (Tokopedia) and the leading payment and financial service (GoTo Financial). (RO / M-2)


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