AGAO launches solar-powered bicycles and scooters at EV Indonesia 2024 – Asia Pacific

AGAO’s product range – the Solar Bikes and Solar Scooters – was created to push the boundaries of modern urban mobility.

May 15, 2024. By News Agency

Step into the future of transportation with AGAO’s mass-produced solar-powered bicycles and scooters at EV Indonesia 2024, where innovation and sustainability meet. This groundbreaking event, which will take place in conjunction with INAPA 2024 at the Jakarta International Expo from May 15 to 17, underlines a significant leap towards sustainable transportation solutions.

AGAO’s product range – the Solar Bikes and Solar Scooters – was created to push the boundaries of modern urban mobility. These vehicles are not only environmentally friendly, but also have unique design elements. They are equipped with advanced photovoltaic batteries that automatically charge when the battery is not full, both when moving and at rest. Just a few hours of sunlight are enough to fully charge the battery, making charging easier than traditional electric vehicles.

“Experience the freedom of solar mobility first-hand at stand B1B3-10,” invites the AGAO team. “Our solar-powered vehicles not only free users from the limitations of traditional charging infrastructure, but also demonstrate a perfect blend of functionality and environmental stewardship.”

Featuring more than 30 patented technologies, AGAO’s solar-powered vehicles are leading the carbon-free travel revolution and are ready to meet the growing global demand for green transportation solutions.

The brand’s commitment is evidenced by a successful commercial presence in more than seven countries and rigorous product testing in more than twenty countries. AGAO vehicles are praised for their safety, reliability and low environmental impact, making significant progress in reducing urban air pollution.

“Indonesia is an important market for us,” says AGAO. “We are exploring partnerships and investments to further tailor our offering to local needs and support Indonesia’s environmental sustainability goals.”