Retailer Fully Charged and Bike Brand Ribble Win Top Move Electric Awards – Business

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The winners have been announced for the first-ever Move Electric Awards, an event created to celebrate leaders in electric mobility.

Held online with winners announced via social media, prizes were awarded for a number of categories, ranging from best e-bike to best e-commerce of the year and best British.

The awards were organized by Move Electric, a new consumer-focused publication that is a sister title to What Car?

Hyundai, Ribble and Fully Charged were among the big winners at the awards show on Wednesday March 30.

In the e-bike category, British bicycle brand Ribble won the Best Electric Bike award for its Ribble Hybrid AL e machine.

Move Electric editor James Attwood said: “Ribble is an established company in the bike world, and the Hybrid AL e shows that it is making the transition to e-bikes in style.

“It’s a bike that really mixes style and substance, and it’s a great example of British engineering.”

Micromobility rental company Lime also won the breakthrough award for its progress in developing safety technologies and interchangeable batteries for its e-bikes and scooters.

E-bike retailer Fully Charged has also won the Best of British award for its efforts to support the UK’s transition to sustainable electric transport.

Read more: MBPS now offers protective covers for e-bike displays and control units

Car company Hyundai won the award for best electronics company of the year, while Tesla founder Elon Musk was the first addition to the Move Electric Hall of Fame.

PRIZE WINNERS

PRICE CATEGORY WINNER
Best electric car Hyundai Ioniq 5
Best Electric Bike Ribble hybrid AL e
Best Electric Motorcycle Super Soco TC Maxx
Better use of electricity Mercedes-Benz EQXX Concept
Innovation Award Citroen Ami
Breakthrough Prize Lime
E-leader of the year Graeme Cooper, Head of Future Markets, National Grid
E-commerce of the year Hyundai Motor Group
Best British Award fully charged
Moving Electric Hall of Fame Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla

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