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Gojek-backed JV plans to deliver 2m e-motorbikes in Indonesia

Electrum president says pricier fuel is helping drive shift to electric vehicles

The administration of President Joko Widodo, pictured, is accelerating Indonesia's transition to electric vehicles, including e-motobikes, to achieve its goal of net zero carbon emissions by 2060. (Photo courtesy of Electrum)

JAKARTA -- A joint venture involving Indonesia's Gojek will be able to supply 2 million e-motorbikes to help the ride-hailing group make its fleet all-electric this decade, the company's top executive has told Nikkei Asia.

Electrum was formed last year by energy group TBS Energi Utama and Gojek, itself one-half of GoTo, a superapp provider. It is meant to help Gojek achieve its net zero carbon emissions goals.

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