Envoy Technologies, a provider of shared, all-electric mobility as an amenity, has announced that electric vehicles (EVs) in its community-based fleet are now available as an on-site amenity for residents and guests at a number of California apartment complexes, workplaces and hotels.
Envoy Technologies is a Culver City-based provider of turnkey electric vehicle car-sharing services, offers vehicles where people live, work and stay (i.e. apartments, student housing, office campuses, co-working spaces, hotels). Envoy equips real estate owners and operators with a new and innovative way to enhance the lifestyle of their tenants, members and guests by providing mobility as an amenity.
Envoy co-founders Aric Ohana and Ori Sagie commented on the development “Envoy empowers a fully sustainable transportation model that is wholly community-based. Our rapid growth is a testament to the future of electric mobility as an amenity and points to exciting developments on the horizon in the on-demand public transit sector. While we are gaining an early foothold with luxury apartments and hotels, our true passion is equitable transportation—over fifty percent of our vehicles will be deployed in disadvantaged communities in the years to come.”
Earlier this year, Envoy secured $1.5M in grant funding from the California Energy Commission to deploy a shared mobility program for disadvantaged communities in the greater Sacramento metropolitan area and in the Bay Area.