GO Green, the parent company of Dutch shared electric moped provider GO Sharing, has raised €50 million, led by investment company Opportunity Partners. GO Sharing plans to use the investment to convert its current service into a multimodal shared mobility program with the addition of e-bikes and electric cars. It will also support and accelerate international expansion with new services about to start in Belgium, Germany, UK and Turkey.
Sister company GreenMo, which recently acquired a majority stake in Dutch start-up e-bike to go and took over the Belgian company zZoomer, will support GO Sharing in its modal and geographical expansion. The company already leases more than 10,000 e-bikes in the delivery market.
GO Sharing CEO Raymon Pouwels said, “Users will soon be able to book e-bikes and electric cars in our app, in the same way that they already book shared mopeds now. The e-bikes are a healthy alternative for short trips in the city. The electric cars can be picked up at strategically located hubs in the urban periphery, so that they become part of the journey between cities providing an essential element in our mission to turn vehicle ownership in to integrated shared mobility.”