Goldman Sachs has commited to install electric vehicle charging stations at its owned office locations.   -  Image by Predrag Kezic from Pixabay.

Goldman Sachs has commited to install electric vehicle charging stations at its owned office locations. 

Image by Predrag Kezic from Pixabay. 

Goldman Sachs is one of the newest members of the EV100, a global business initiative designed to increase the speed of electric vehicle adoption among companies.

Companies who join the initiative make the commitment to integrate electric vehicles into directly owned or leased corporate fleets; place requirements in service contracts for electric vehicle usage; support staff to use electric vehicles by installing charging infrastructure at all premises; or support EV uptake by customers by installing charging infrastructure at all premises by the year 2030.

In Goldman Sachs’ case, the company has committed to installing electric vehicle charging stations at its owned office locations, with parking offered to full-time employees.

In the offices where it’s a tenant, Goldman Sachs will engage with landlords to encourage EV charging installations and making it a criterion for site selection.

“In addition to RE100, we are thrilled to join The Climate Group’s EP100 and EV100 initiatives – optimizing the energy efficiency of our buildings and installing electric vehicle charge points for our staff. We hope to inspire many more companies to follow suit,” said Dino Fusco, global head of corporate services and real estate, Goldman Sachs.

The 10 founding partner of the EV100 included LeasePlan, Unilever, Baidu, IKEA Group, HP Inc., Vattenfall, PG&E, Deutsche Post DHL, and Metro AG.

The full list of EV100 members includes:

1. AEON Mall
2. Aéroports de Montréal
3. Air New Zealand
4. Airport Authority Hong Kong
6. ASKUL Corporation
7. Austrian Post
8. AstraZeneca
9. Baidu
10. Bank of America
11. Bounce
12. BSES Yamuna Power Limited
13. BSES Rajdhani Power Limited
14. BT Group
15. Centrica
16. Christchurch Airport
17. Clif Bar & Company
18. The CLP Group
19. Delta Electronics
20. Deutsche Post DHL Group
21. EDF Group
22. EDP
23. Efacec
24. E.ON
25. Foxtons
26. Genentech
27. Genesis Energy
28. Goldman Sachs
29. Heathrow Airport
30. HP Inc. 
31. Iberdrola
32. IKEA Group
33. intu
34. John Sisk & Son
35. Landsec
36. LeasePlan
37. Mawdsleys
38. Mercury
39. Meridian Energy
42. Mitie
43. Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation
44. Novo Nordisk
45. Ontario Power Generation
46. Ørsted
47. PG&E
48. The Port Authority of New York & New Jersey
49. Post CH Ltd
50. RBS
51. Royal HaskoningDHV
52. Schenker AG
53. Shuttl
54. Signify
55. SSE plc
56. State Bank of India
57. Takashimaya
58. Taxelco
59. Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings, Inc. 
60. Unilever
61. Vattenfall
62. VMware
63. Wipro Limited

Originally posted on Automotive Fleet

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