UK shared e-bike company Lime has announced a partnership with green-energy provider Octopus Energy for Business to make their shared electrically-assisted bikes carbon neutral.
Lime’s warehouses, where their electric bikes are charged, are powered by Octopus Energy.
The company launched in Milton Keynes and London late in 2018, with 1,000 bikes located in the London suburbs of Brent and Ealing.
“We’re thrilled to be actively helping London become more sustainable and environmentally friendly,” said Jaanaki Momaya, general manager for Lime UK.
“By partnering with Octopus Energy, we hope to encourage more businesses and Londoners to reduce their carbon footprint and transform London into a greener city, and are delighted to offer a completely carbon neutral transport option for the bustling capital.”
Zoisa Wilson, director at Octopus Energy for Business said “Octopus Energy is delighted to be partnering with Lime and helping to make London greener and cleaner by powering its warehouses with 100 per cent renewable electricity, and sharing the Octopus mission of speeding the transition to a clean energy future for local businesses and domestic customers…”