German pepper motion and French REV Mobilities have recently signed a partnership agreement aimed at bringing retrofitting of commercial vehicles at OEM series quality to France, which is one of the strongest markets as for buses and trucks within Europe. pepper motion (former e-troFit) and REV Mobilities are both quite strong in electromobility. The German company has recently inaugurated its headquarters in Denkendorf and also announced the beginning of in-house battery system development.

pepper motion offers electrification solutions for used commercial vehicles with its etrofit kits, helping them to an environmentally friendly, emission-free second life and keeping them at the cutting edge of electromobility technology.

Statements from pepper motion and REV Mobilities

«As part of our internationalization strategy, the French market has a similar potential for pepper as Germany and is therefore just as high a priority», said Andreas Hager, CEO of pepper motion GmbH. «pepper is already active in other European countries such as Poland, Italy, Austria and Bulgaria. As a technology leader, we are convinced that our innovative solutions – in close cooperation with our new partner REV Mobilities – will enable us to offer French policymakers as well as all transport companies and fleet operators a fast and cost-efficient way to achieve the mobility transformation towards zero emissions».

«REV Mobilities, as a pioneer and inventor of the electric retrofit sector in France, is dedicated to upcycling Mobilities. Given the challenges of decarbonization and low emission zones, public and private fleet greenhouse gas reduction, the re-industrialization of France and budget savings in general for individuals and companies, retrofitting is one of the best solutions ever. We are very pleased to be launching a partnership with market leader pepper motion GmbH for sustainable solutions for the electrification of the French commercial vehicle sector», explains Arnaud Pigounides, founder and CEO of REV Mobilities.

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