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Macro Issues for Micromobility

Last week, re:Charge-e’s team was at the Micromobility America conference in San Francisco. This field is growing fast, and we’re proud to be part of it. But there are some big issues that the industry needs to address, and we’re doing our best to make that happen. Today, Jeff Olson, co-founder of re:Charge-e gave an important presentation at the AirFuel Alliance fall conference in Taipei. Here are three key takeaways from the event: 1. Global Issues are the Key: Electric micromobility must brand itself as a key solution to climate change, social inequality and pandemic response. 2. Top Priority for Decision-makers: Leaders in the public, private and NGO sectors must value micromobility as much as mass transit, highways - and the definition of “EV” has to mean ALL types of electric vehicles including bikes, scooters and other devices. 3. Collaboration: Our industry needs to voice the common interest of fleet providers, manufacturers and consumers in order to grow this industry to scale. If you’d like to learn more about these issues and the value that we can create together, please contact us via Link to the Taipei conference

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