Accelerate the transition to electro-mobility



To accelerate the transition to electro-mobility by leveraging the role corporate demand can play in driving EV uptake and roll-out of charging infrastructure.


Companies joining EV100 make an individual commitment to transition their fleets to electric vehicles and/or install charging infrastructure at their relevant premises by 2030.

They can choose to make their commitment in one or more of four areas: directly controlled fleets (owned/leased), service provider contracts, workplace charging, and customer charging.

Partners and Signatories

EV100 is supported by We Mean BusinessClimate Works Foundation and Heising Simons Foundation.

Launched in September 2017 during Climate Week NYC, EV100 currently (Nov 2018) counts 26 members from a wide range of geographies and sectors such as, for example Bank of America, Deutsche Post DHL, EDF Group, HP Inc, IKEA Group, LeasePlan, Nippon Telegraph and Telephone (NTT) and the State Bank of India.

The initiative will continuously grow and welcome further joiners. For a full list of participating companies, see www.theclimategroup.org/ev100-members.

In driving corporate EV uptake, EV100 also works closely with national and regional engagement partners such as Ceres (US) and the Japan Climate Leaders Partnership (Japan).

Relevance to advance the Paris Agreement goals
Activities of the Initiative

Outreach and coalition building:

Capacity building:

Knowledge development:

Policy-making and implementations:

Monitoring and reporting:


Initiative website: www.theclimategroup.org/project/ev100

For updates on EV100 activities, webinars, reports and events: www.theclimategroup.org/subscribe

Focal Point

Sandra Roling, Head of EV100, The Climate Group: sroling@theclimategroup.org