GreenMobility uses the Zoe Renault for its operations in Dublin and Oslo. - Photo via GreenMobility.

GreenMobility uses the Zoe Renault for its operations in Dublin and Oslo.

Photo via GreenMobility.

Danish electric carsharing company GreenMobility is expanding its service to the Belgian city of Antwerp, Electrive reports.

The company is looking for local partners to help run a fleet of up to 350 electric vehicles. The company hasn't said specifically what vehicles will be used, but they will likely come from Renault. GreenMobility uses the Zoe Renault for its operations in Dublin and Oslo.

“We see Belgium as a strong and fast-growing market for electric car-sharing, which with a clear political focus and financial support for EV’s, gives the optimal opportunity for a fast market entry and an interesting business model, specifically in the region of Flandern, as our first geographical focus area, which will be followed by a launch plan for Gent and Brussels," Thomas Heltborg Juul, CEO of GreenMobility, told the news outlet.

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