Amazon Launches Its First Fleet Of E-cargo Bikes In UK

Amazon Launches Its First Fleet Of E-cargo Bikes In UK

Amazon announces the launch of its first micromobility hub in UK in order to increase sustainable deliveries. According to the which, the first fleet of e-cargo bikes and walkers from its new hub are already started rolling out on the streets of London. The company plans to make over 5 million deliveries in a year in order to reduce carbon emissions. Amazon said that this will cover more than 10% of the London’s Ultra Low Emission Zones.

The New Micromobility Hubs will Ensure More Sustainable Deliveries

Amazon is working with the London Borough of Hackney to create this new micromobility hub. The tech giant plans to make more than 1 million deliveries each year, along with its millions of deliveries being accomplished by electric vans. However, the new fleet of e-cargo and pedestrian deliveries are going to replace thousands of traditional vans that are making trips across London. As a broad objective to reduce traffic congestion and zero carbon emission, the company is planning to expand its micromobility hubs in other parts of the UK in coming months.

“Our new e-cargo bikes, walkers and growing electric vehicle delivery fleet will help us make more zero emission customer deliveries than ever before across London and the UK,” said John Boumphrey, the UK Country Manager, Amazon.

Amazon Also Unveils The Plan To Roll Out Large Scale Solar Panels Across UK

Additionally, Amazon also revealed its plans to roll out more than 30,000 new modular solar panel installations at various facilities by the end of this year. The facilities are based in Manchester, Coalville, Haydock, Bristol and Milton Keynes. The company plans to power these facilities with renewable source of energy, thus reducing the carbon emissions. To further expand the on-site solar energy projects in the UK, Amazon plans to double it up by 2024.

With these initiatives, the company plans to move forward to its Shipment Zero mission, that will cover 50% of its shipment with net-zero carbon by 2030. Amazon’s ultimate goal to reach net-zero carbon is by 2040.

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