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re:Charge is powering the global shift towards a sustainable future. Through our innovative charging-as-a-service business model and universal charging solutions, we are bringing safe and equitable mobility to communities around the world.

With the energy required to charge 1 electric car, re:Charge can power more than 100 electric bikes or scooters. We make mobility sustainable, equitable and fun.

The Problem

Transportation emissions are a key driver of climate change, the most serious problem facing the world today:

of greenhouse gas emissions are from the transportation sector

…even though…

of trips taken in a car are under five miles

However, the race to electrify transportation has not been equitable.  Shared electric micromobility provides an inexpensive, viable, and carbon-free alternative for shorter-distance trips, but the industry is navigating several obstacles:


High operating costs from charging ebikes and escooters are causing industry instability and profitability challenges in the shared micromobility industry



Multiple shared mobility operators in the same market have siloed charging solutions, resulting in duplicative costs and efforts


Unsafe charging practices (including driving cars and trucks to swap batteries as well as indoor battery charging) are growing due to limited on-street charging options


Short-term contracts and market competition are preventing long-term solutions from being implemented

The re:Charge Solution

We have a charging-as-a-service business model that will transform communities through universal access to safe, equitable, and sustainable micromobility charging. Our proven, one-of-a-kind charging solutions provide low-cost, on-street charging for a variety of shared electric micromobility vehicles using innovative wireless power transfer technology. We will:

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Shared Micromobility by the Numbers


cities in North America had a scooter or bikeshare system in 2022, and the numbers are even greater worldwide


growth in ebike numbers between 2021 and 2022


growth in escooter numbers between 2021 and 2022


of shared micromobility trips replace a car trip – creating healthier, safer, and happier communities


more rides were taken by ebike than pedal bike (in systems with both) in 2022


million more escooter trips were taken in 2022 than 2021


million pounds of CO2 were offset by shared micromobility trips in 2022


billion gallons of gas per year can be saved if micromobility reaches peak adoption

The Value Proposition

For Shared Mobility Operators

Dramatically reduce charging costs to improve profitability

Increase vehicle uptime

Lower incidents of battery loss due to over-discharge

Reduce fire risks from indoor charging

For Cities

Enable wider service areas due to lower operating costs

Reduce sidewalk clutter

Reduce congestion and emissions from services vehicles

Provide transportation equity for all communities