E-Vai is one of the 15 partners of CarE-Service, the European project of the Horizon2020
This program, which aims to define, design, develop and promote on the market a new business model, derived from the circular economy process, and innovative offerings to be implement to the sector of sustainable and shared mobility.
E-Vai has developed and promoted on the market a new business model of Car Sharing and 5 different offerings in relation to different types of customers and the sector they belong to:
E-Vai Easy Station Plus (CarE-Service model)
This business model is based on the optimization of the use of an electric vehicle, shared between B2C and B2B customers, which in the future will be composed of parts and materials reused, regenerated and recycled from other electric or hybrid vehicles.
In addition, two different types of offerings are provided within this business model:
1- Commuter – every day they make the home-station-home route having the electric vehicle at their disposal from 18:30 to 8:30
2- Company employees (based near the station) – every day they drive the last mile from station to company to station with the vehicle at their disposal from 9:00 to 18:00
24/7 security and assistance
Exclusive use of the parking areas at the FNM group’s Lombardy train stations
Vehicle sharing, which replaces the concept of personal car ownership
Provision of a highly personalised mobility service to meet various mobility needs based on the customer’s target (private individual or company, groups)
Integrated service with local rail transport
How the Easy Station Plus model works
Customers who live outside the city will have access to a 100% electric vehicle from Monday to Friday, from 6.30 p.m. to 8.30 a.m. and for exclusive use throughout the weekend.
Every morning, at the departure train station, they will have a reserved parking space where they can leave the vehicle to charge.
The company can benefit from the E-Vai vehicle, used by its employees to commute, during working hours (Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.) in order to carry out company missions. The vehicle must be brought back to the reserved parking area in the station at 6.30 p.m.
Once at their destination, customers can go to work in the city.
Commuting customers, at the end of the working day in the city, will find their vehicle at the departure station, in the reserved parking area, so that they can travel home.