GreenGo’s vehicles can be accessed with a mobile app and are available in a 35-square-kilometer area of Prague’s city center. - Photo via Moyan Brenn/Wikimedia.

GreenGo’s vehicles can be accessed with a mobile app and are available in a 35-square-kilometer area of Prague’s city center.

Photo via Moyan Brenn/Wikimedia.

Hungarian-based GreenGo has expanded its electric carsharing service to Prague, according to a report by Hungary Today.

The new Prague location will start operating with 100 all-electric Volkswagen e-Up! vehicles. Simon Capek, GreenGo’s managing director, told the news source that the company plans to double the number of vehicles in the next three months.

GreenGo’s vehicles can be accessed with a mobile app and are available in a 35-square-kilometer area of Prague’s city center, according to the report.

Launched in 2016, GreenGo currently runs its electric carsharing service in Budapest with 300 vehicles.

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