Taxelco Stories October 3, 2016

Tesla owns and operates almost all of its more than 700 Supercharger stations around the world, but it also offers a version of its DC fast-charging station for sale to private fleets. Now the automaker is about to deliver its biggest one yet, 12 stalls, to an all-Tesla Model S taxi fleet based at the Montréal-Trudeau Airport.

Last year, we reported on the startup Taxelco acquiring the second-largest taxi company in Montreal, a fleet of 500 cars and 1,000 drivers, with the intention of going all-electric and offering the service through a Uber-like app called Téo. expand full story

Taxelco Stories June 10, 2016

Last year, we reported on the startup Taxelco acquiring the second largest taxi company in Montreal with a fleet of 500 cars and 1,000 drivers. The company soon started taking delivery of Kia Soul EVs, Nissan LEAFs and Tesla Model S’s in order to launch its Téo Taxi service which is an EV-only taxi service powered by a Uber-like app.

This week, the startup announced a new service based at the Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport. expand full story

Taxelco Stories October 26, 2015

Earlier this summer we wrote about Taxelco, a Montreal-based startup which bought the second largest taxi company in Montreal (500 cars and 1,000 drivers) with the intention to transition the whole fleet to electric. The company is getting ready to launch its pilot program in November with 50 new electric cars, including a dozen Tesla Model S’s recently acquired. expand full story

Taxelco Stories August 8, 2015

A Montreal startup, Taxelco, buys a fleet of 500 taxis with the intention of going electric

Taxelco, a Montreal based startup, announced yesterday the acquisition of Taxi Hochelaga, the second largest taxi company in Montreal with a fleet of 500 cars and 1,000 drivers. This is a major step in the company’s plan to eventually operate an important fleet of fully electric taxis in Montreal.

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