ElectricFeel sparks growth for US Market Leader: Revel

On May 29, 1,000 electric mopeds appeared on the streets of Brooklyn and Queens. They were placed there in the early hours of the morning by  Revel, a Brooklyn based startup that aims to better connect people with their cities. Revel has introduced a previously underutilized mode of transportation to the densely populated city. Since then over a million miles have been driven by thousands of users.



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Justin Plunkett
Supercharging the Future of Mobility

ElectricFeel has been at the forefront of the shared mobility revolution for the last 6 years, providing the market's leading system to build, run and scale shared electric mobility services. Our technology is becoming the backbone of European shared mobility with users riding over 15 million clean, quiet and comfortable kilometres on eBikes and eScooters…

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Justin Plunkett
Fuelling the electric Scooter boom in Europe

Over the last year ElectricFeel have been working behind the scenes with Cooltra, Europe’s largest scooter rental company operating over 10’000 scooters across Europe. Together we have been striving to deliver an innovative and environmentally responsible new approach to flexible urban mobility.

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Justin Plunkett
CityCar Summit in Berlin

ElectricFeel were once again invited to be on stage to offer industry insight at the Citycar Summit 2017 held in Berlin this March. Our CEO, Moritz Meenen joined a panel of distinguished experts to discuss new mobility opportunities, challenges posed and the solutions required to address them. 

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Justin Plunkett
Data from bike-share, for bike-share

Innovation: Simpler access and electric bikes  

It is exciting to see how rapidly and confidently bike-sharing systems are conquering our world’s cities. While different figures circulating on the web, there are roughly 1000 bike-sharing systems with a world fleet of 1 million bicycles installed, bringing people low-cost, fast and healthy transportation. 

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Justin Plunkett
Bike-sharing: Why the worry and inconvenience?

There was a recent comment under an article in autoblog on a new bike sharing app called Donkey Republic, which allows rental shops and private bike owners to rent out their bikes. The comment addressed bike sharing in general, saying “Bike-sharing makes no sense to me. Bikes are cheap to buy and free and easy to park. Why would you not just get and use your own bike? Who needs all the worry and inconvenience of bike-sharing? The only time I would find it useful is if I were visiting a different city.”

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Effie Theodoroubikeshare, p2p