The Taiwan government released its annual scooters sales report for 2022 that highlighted electric scooters accounting for 12% of all scooters sold in 2022.
Battery swapping network Gogoro led electric scooter sales in the country for the seventh straight year. Its partner A-Motor was the number two electric scooter maker. The report also demonstrated Gogoro Network battery swapping powering 90% of all electric scooters in Taiwan, including five out of the top six electric vehicle makers. Among other two-wheeler manufacturers, Yamaha and Suzuki Taiwan have also adopted Gogoro’s open battery-swapping ecosystem.
“We are proud of the progress Gogoro and its partners are making to lead Taiwan into a smarter and cleaner future. With five out of the top six electric scooter makers using Gogoro Network battery swapping, Gogoro is powering 90% of all electric scooters in Taiwan, and there are now more Gogoro Network battery swapping locations than gas stations across Taiwan’s major cities,” said Horace Luke, founder, and CEO of Gogoro. “Consumers and governments are demanding cleaner and smarter transportation choices for cities like never before, and with Gogoro’s technology, partners and experience, we are well-positioned to meet their needs.”
In terms of numbers, the vast Gogoro Network supports more than 524,000 riders. It has more than 1.1 million batteries in circulation through its network of 12,200 battery-swapping GoStations at over 2,504 locations. It makes 390,000 daily battery swaps and has made more than 370 million total battery swaps to date.
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