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Revel and Dollaride Partner to Bring Electric Commuter Vans to Brooklyn

As part of the partnership, Revel is providing Dollaride's commuter vehicles with discounted rates and fast charging spaces
Revel’s flagship Superhub at the Pfizer Building in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn

Brooklyn-based electric mobility company Revel announced a new partnership in an effort to support disadvantaged residents throughout the borough.

Revel is teaming up with Dollaride, a Brooklyn company that offers clean transportation services to underserved communities.

As part of the partnership, Revel will be providing support to Dollaride’s commuter van fleet, which has been making the transition into going electric — the company recently deployed $20 million in grants/investments to procure more electric commuter vehicles.

To help with this transition, Revel is providing discounted charging services, as well as guaranteed spaces at Revel’s flagship Superhub located in Bedford-Stuyvesant.

Revel’s Superhub is currently the largest public fast charging station in North America, and will allow Dollaride commuter vans to charge in minutes, according to the electric mobility company.

“New York is on the path to greater EV adoption, with municipal vehicles, the rideshare industry, and now commuter vans, thanks to Dollaride, all going electric,” said Frank Reig, co-founder and CEO of Revel. “Revel is providing the foundational public fast charging infrastructure to support those fleets and more going zero-emission. This partnership between two New York companies helps bring a future where EVs are accessible to everyone that much closer.”

In addition to discounted charging spaces, Revel says that it will also be providing Dollaride with monthly reports on charging activity, as well as offering on-site assistance — via the company’s charging attendants — for Dollaride drivers to ensure optimal practices for powering vehicles. 

“Commuter vans serve New York’s transit deserts, often lower-income communities that have been harmed most by the last 100 years of car pollution. Dollaride is committed to electrify commuter vans and bring the benefits of zero-emission EVs to the people who stand to benefit most from them,” said Su Sanni, co-founder and CEO of Dollaride. 

“We are excited to work with Revel to ensure commuter van drivers transitioning to EVs can confidently and successfully operate them with consistent access to affordable fast charging.”