eBikeLabs crosses the finish line at the 1st European Forum Energy for Smart Mobility

The 1st European Forum Energy for Smart Mobility took place on 15th– 16th February 2018 in Marseille in order to put forward and gather energy solutions in electric mobility. This event, unique in Europe, was organized by Capenergies and GreenUnivers. It welcomed CEOs from global companies, start-ups, SMEs, mid-caps and local authorities.

eBikeLabs was the only start-up at the event that was not dedicated to electric cars. Its CEO – Maël Bosson – pitched there the connected electric bike and won the “Technologies related to the electric vehicle and battery” prize. It is a big step in electric mobility and it raises the credibility of the electric bike’s market. Thus, there is indeed a need in the electric bike field and the products developed by eBikeLabs seem to meet the expectations regarding issues such as theft and maintenance of electric bike parks.

eBikeLabs is supported by the Boostway™ programme of InnoEnergy  in order to become industrialized and international and currently experiences a strong deployment. The start-up recently signed two major contracts with B2eBike and Clean Energy Planet. In addition, the result of a call for tender expected this summer could allow eBikeLabs to provide 20.000 bikes to the city of Paris. Multiple successes of eBikeLabs announce a promising future for the start-up that keeps ridding. Moreover, the start-up is recruiting in communication, marketing and business developement. You can find the job offers here.


About eBikeLabs

In 2015 Maël Bosson creates his business with Raphaël Marguet about electric cars to meet users’ expectations concerning this product. Thanks to several fundraising and the investors’ trust, eBikesLabs was able to concretize its projects. eBikeLabs has been developing technologies for the past 3 years in motor control, embedded connectivity and data analysis in order to improve performances and reduce global electric bike cost. Precisely, these technologies allows the removal of some components and reduces the battery consumption.

More information: http://ebikelabs.com/