EEVEE Mobility announces its commitment to Corporate Social Responsibility
EEVEE Mobility, the company creating digital products and services to improve the EV charging and driving experience, today announces a commitment to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) during the next phase of its business growth.
The new business vision includes a brand-new app, compatible with EV models from BMW, Mini, Ford and Mustang. It also boasts additional features such as letting drivers monitor and forecast CO2 reduction levels and the ability to predict vehicle mileage, range, drain & battery health.
As part of the CSR pledge, EEVEE also plans to integrate its software with 20% of all EVs in Europe and partner with all major car manufacturers by 2026 to help support its overall goal of making EV adoption faster and smarter for everyone.
Steffen Brans, CEO of EEVEE Mobility said: “The first step towards a brighter EV future was to recognise that EV drivers around the world were experiencing inconveniences that petrol cars weren’t facing. At first, our focus was on solving these problems whilst adding value for EV drivers. However, soon we experienced increased demand from companies to help them facilitate EV adoption.
“Customer research taught us that CSR goals mostly drive the adoption in companies and to achieve these goals companies need more tangible, data led insights and compatibility with more vehicles – and so we built the latest version of the app with this very much in mind.
While conversations with all the major car manufacturers are always ongoing, previously only Tesla owners were able to link their cars in the original app. As well as BMW, Mini, Ford and Mustang, EEVEE is also continuing talks with several other car manufacturers to enable its services for their vehicles.
Steffen Brans said: “The message from the car manufacturers is loud and clear: the future of driving is electric. The mission of EEVEE Mobility is to make this EV adoption as easy as possible for drivers and companies by removing all friction. We are currently having a lot of constructive discussions with almost all car manufacturers. The technical complexity means that integrations are often slower than we would like, but all the manufacturers we talk to are convinced of the added value for their customers.”