Darcy Lechte, GoGet; Lisa Chiba, Momentum Energy and Dan McKenna, Nightingale Housing
Thanks to a collaboration with Nightingale partners, Momentum Energy and GoGet, two electric car share vehicles have arrived on site and are ready to use at the Nightingale Village car share hub in Brunswick.
Nightingale Village is an all electric residential precinct with 203 homes across six buildings. Located in close proximity to a range of sustainable transport options, the precinct trades in private car spaces for bike parking and access to a fleet of GoGet car share options.
Momentum Energy has generously supported the purchase of two new Kia Niros, the first electric vehicles to join the hub, giving residents an even more sustainable transport option.
Dan McKenna, CEO, Nightingale Housing, said the benefit extends beyond the residents of Nightingale Village.
“GoGet is already doing an amazing job of lowering domestic carbon emissions by reducing the need for individual car ownership. Introducing these electric vehicles to their fleet is an exciting evolution. We’re grateful to both GoGet and Momentum Energy for helping Nightingale residents and the broader community live even more sustainably,” said Dan.
The two EV's are available to Nightingale residents and the broader community and are bookable now via GoGet.