Shared eco-mobility hubs

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April 2020
Headquarters 75008 Paris, France

Shared eco-mobility hubs - A system of shared electric vehicles based in a company’s own premises tailored to fit employees' mobility needs.

Flexy Moov provides an electric vehicle sharing solution. Thanks to shared eco-mobility hubs, set up in companies’ own premises, employees can access the mobility they need for professional or personal uses.

Mobility is a key issue for companies as they are facing increasing legal requirements to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions as well as reputational risks if they don't. In addition, most companies require their employees to travel as part of their professional activities. To meet this challenge, FLEXY MOOV offers an electric vehicle sharing solution. Fleets are tailored to each company’s needs, according to its location, its size and employees’ profile to best meet its objectives and reduce its of environmental impact. Highly customizable, this solution can include multiple types of electric vehicles such as cars, bikes and scooters and aims to supplement public transport and car-pooling in order to free employees from owning their own vehicles.

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Key features

  • Each shared car has the potential to replace 10 private cars
  • Electrics vehicles offer between 10% to 24% reduction in global warming potential (GWP)


  • Helps to reduce the number of company vehicles by 30%

Company Profile

Maturity Stage

  • Medium and large scale commercialization
  • Small scale commercialization
  • Initial market commercialization
  • Prototype testing in the real world
  • Prototype testing 1:1 in the lab

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