Think Brings the Largest EV Fleet to Copenhagen

Taking advantage of the United Nations Climate Change Conference's (COP15) debut in Copenhagen today, Norwegian EV manufacturer Think announced it will showcase the largest fleet of EVs in the city.

No less than 15 Think City cars will be taking to Copenhagen to be used as demonstration vehicles at the Bella Centeret conference centre from the opening of COP15 today and for the duration of the summit.

With our 15 THINK City cars we have the largest EV fleet here in Copenhagen, and we hope that many of the delegates, VIPs and media at COP 15 will “walk the talk” and choose to ride with us, emissions free,” Jarle Froshaug, charirman of Move About, the Norwegian car-share fleet operator which brings the EVs to Copenhagen said in a release.

We are proving that electric vehicles are a viable, safe, fun and practical method of urban transportation. We’re delighted to see governments around the world working together to accelerate this transition. This change to electric transportation is as profound as the change to the personal computer and the Internet,” Think's CEO, Richard Canny added.

According to the manufacturer, Think City is the first urban EV to be granted certification with the European CE conformity mark and EU homologation requirements (M1 certificate).

“THINK is proud to be a pioneer linking the new energy industry with the traditional auto industry, and our fleet of THINK City EVs proves that the change has reached a tipping point. With a range of up to 180km and zero vehicle emissions, the THINK City has to be the smart choice for visitors to ride in at COP15,”
Canny concluded.
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