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We firmly believe that actions speak louder than words. That's why we asked our clients why electric driving is important to them, how they are putting their sustainable ambitions into practice and which charging solutions make all the difference. You can read their inspiring stories here:

How EY Belgium creates a buzz with a multimodal mobility plan: more than just electric driving The EY Group is setting up better workplaces around the world. They achieve this with their specialised professional services and a sophisticated vision of sustainability. And this is certainly true of EY Belgium, which has won several awards for its multimodal mobility plan. Read more | How EY Belgium creates a buzz with a multimodal mobility plan: more than just electric driving

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Planet Group attracts new employees and clients with electric driving Planet Group helps companies by providing flexible and temporary IT, HR and healthcare professionals. In 2018, the group made a radical switch to electric driving: the fleet – almost 100 diesel cars at that time – was enhanced with an impressive 50 electric BMW i3s. It immediately became the largest electric vehicle fleet in Belgium. “The MobilityPlus charging solutions were the icing on the cake,” says Lien De Beer, Operational Director at Planet Group. Read more
Electric company cars are becoming the norm At ACA IT-Solutions, sustainability is high on the agenda. The IT company prioritises projects with an ecological impact, environmental performance is crucial within its own buildings and the fleet is being given a full makeover. For example, 98% of the 144 company cars will have to be electric by 2025. “The arrival of 15 Model 3 Teslas in 2019 put us on the right track,” says Kris Broekx, fleet manager at ACA IT-Solutions. “And with the 14 new charge points from MobilityPlus, our offices are also ready for the future.” Read more
Umicore to use electric vehicles in Belgium: phased and budget-neutral Materials Group, Umicore, has sustainability in its DNA. The global player with Belgian origins contributes to a sustainable world in various ways, from recycling valuable metals to producing materials for rechargeable car batteries. Umicore also follows the same course internally. Our phased mobility plan sets out that all company vehicles in Belgium will be electric by 2026. At no extra cost. Read more