Gogoro reaches 400,000 monthly battery swapping subscribers

Gogoro has signed up its 400,000th Gogoro Network monthly subscriber. The Taiwan-based company has surpassed 200 million battery swaps since its 2015 launch. The company is the industry leader in battery swapping and smart mobility in Taiwan.

Horace Luke, founder, and CEO, Gogoro Inc., said, “Gogoro’s strong momentum in monthly subscriber growth and total swapped batteries, along with our expanding list of partnerships with vehicle makers, are all strong indicators of our global leadership in urban battery swapping and smart mobility services. We are proud of our success to date and the progress we have made with our customers to save more than 300 million kilograms of CO2. With this momentum and our recent strategic announcements in India and China, we’re just getting started.”

Gogoro Network, a battery swapping platform, has quickly become the de facto standard for powering electric two-wheel vehicles in Taiwan. Together with its vehicle partners, Gogoro-powered vehicles account for nearly 97% of all electric scooters sold in Taiwan.

The Gogoro Network is an open platform for battery swapping and smart mobility services, delivering a fresh alternative to legacy fuel. Gogoro Network combines the power of connectivity, artificial intelligence, and machine learning to create a new generation of swappable battery refueling that is smart, scalable and continually optimising itself to be dynamic and versatile for people, communities and businesses.

With more than 400,000 riders and 2,100 battery swapping stations, Gogoro Network manages 270,000 daily battery swaps and now has reached more than 200 million consumer battery swaps.

The Powered by Gogoro Network Program gives vehicle maker partners access to Gogoro innovations and intellectual property, including its intelligent drivetrains and controllers, components and smart systems, so they can develop and roll out unique electric vehicles that integrate Gogoro Network battery swapping.



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