Go-Jek in collaboration with management consulting firm Solidiance will test 10 electric motorbikes in the Jabodetabek area this month. By using the Viar Q1 electric scooter, the selected Go-Jek driver is expected to be more profitable. Many costs can be cut. This was presented by Associate Partner and Country Head Solidiance Indonesia, Gervasius Samosir. He gave an example, if in a day the operational costs for attracting Go-Jek 50 to 70 thousand, when using an electric motorbike could be reduced to 10 thousand. Go-Jek is one of the most innovative companies in Indonesia. Almost every time people need Go-Jek. Food, transportation and more. We see a typical agent of changes here so that it can drive the growth of EV (Electric Vehicle) in Indonesia. As a result, there will be a new business model that is suitable for electric vehicles, especially motorbikes in Indonesia. This article is in Bahasa Indonesia.
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