Green Mobility enters German market

Preparing for its entry into Germany's market, Green Mobility establishes a subsidiary in the country, Green Mobility Germany, owned 100 percent by its Danish parent.

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Danish car-sharing company Green Mobility has ambitions to operate in 35 cities before 2025 with more than 10,000 electric vehicles (EVs). Now, the company targets Germany, the fifth country in which the firm establishes a presence.

German cities pose clear requirements for car sharing, says Green Mobility. For instance, Hamburg requires all car sharing to be electric before 2025.

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