Micromobility company Lime has announced it is launching an exclusive campus pilot programme with German telecommunications company Deutsche Telekom.
Lime said the partnership is to grant free scooter access to employees at Deutsche Telekom’s headquarters in Bonn.
The programme will equip six designated office buildings with both electric scooters and Swiftmile charging stations, allowing staff to navigate the campus grounds in a convenient and environmentally friendly way.
The sustainability component is particularly relevant given the fact that Deutsche Telekom obtains two-thirds of its electric energy consumption from renewable sources.
Olga Nevska, Managing Director of Deutsche Telekom Mobility Solutions said, “With this agreement, we are excited to be working with Lime on new mobility solutions that allow employees to utilize sharing and other individual means of transportation apart from shuttles, cars, etc.”
Lime will also be supporting a First Ride launch event for employees to help them get accustomed to this new mode of on-campus transportation.
Ryan Foutty, Global Head of Business Development at Lime said, “We are delighted to provide Deutsche Telekom and its employees with convenient and green transportation on campus.”