The commitment is part of Lime's new membership of The Climate Group's EV100 - a group which aims to promote the use and demand of electric vehicles.
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Lime first launched in Sweden in November 2018 and has since achieved over one million rides saving approximately 31 metric tonnes of CO2.
The technology aims to detect and reduce illegal and unsafe e-scooter riding on pavements, which in turn hopes to provide better information for cities as where to improve infrastructure.
The Corporate Electric Vehicle Alliance aims to help Lime and member companies achieve bold commitments to fleet electrification and help to support members meet ambitious sustainability goals.
The LimePass, said to be a first for the micromobility industry, can be accessed and signed up for through the Lime application.
The world has gathered for COP25, determined to advocate for the involvement of their sector in fighting climate change, and the transport sector has endeavoured to contribute to a greener future.
With the addition of Cape Town to its global ridership community, Lime will now offer micromobility services on six continents worldwide.
Lime, the mobility service provider, operates in cities across Europe and the U.S. and has reinforced its commitment to using 100 per cent renewable energy as it looks to Paris as a valuable partner.
Beryl Bikes are unlocked through the an app and can be picked up and dropped off at marked bays which have been selected in conjunction with local councils to best meet the needs of the community.
Using data from city-specific Lime surveys, it is estimated that dockless e-bike riders in London have prevented the emission of more than 92 metric tonnes of CO2.
Lime’s e-scooters and e-bikes set out to reduce pollution and mitigate climate change in cities across the globe, with one in four Lime rides replacing a car trip.
Lime and London Cycling Campaign (LCC) aim to promote the use of e-bikes in order to improve life in London.