Uber launches Uber Green to reduce CO2 emissions
Concept: Uber has launched a new service called Uber Green, which allows passengers in central London to request an all-electric, zero-emission vehicle instead of a regular fossil or hybrid car. The service was launched to reduce emissions and drive a green recovery from the COVID-19 crisis.
Type of disorder: In London, passengers booking within Zone 1 can book Uber Green to any destination. The emission-free taxi works just like a normal Uber. Passengers can book Uber Green just like an UberX. Uber Green also costs the same as an in-app UberX ride. To encourage more drivers to switch to a fully electric vehicle, Uber is also offering a 15% discount on service fees for Uber Green trips. This can help boost the mass market and thereby improve air quality for all Londoners.
Outlook: After the first wave of the coronavirus pandemic as more cities open up, Uber is keen to take this opportunity to fuel a green recovery by launching fully electric cars on the Uber app in London, reducing emissions and reducing the air Cleaner stops in town. It also encourages drivers to take action against climate change. Uber aims to be fully electric by 2025. The mobility company plans to introduce Uber Green at many other US locations by the end of 2021.
This article was originally published in Judgment.de
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