How we are driving change

Together we can change how people move around.

Here are the areas where we believe we can do the most good.


Climate Change

Our electric fleet reduces CO2 emissions by 66% during the operational phase compared to combustion vehicles.


Air Pollution

We contribute locally to improving air quality by avoiding emissions of harmful gases (SOx, NOx, PM).


Clean Energy

We are on the road to secure agreements with Qualified Suppliers to provide with clean energy our highest capacity charging hubs.


Green Jobs

We help create green jobs that combat climate change and improve well-being, while also striving to offer fair wages and safe working conditions.


Financial Inclusion

Promoting financial inclusion for independent drivers to help them build assets, reduce operating costs, and decrease their environmental impact.



We foster the development of talent and knowledge in clean mobility technologies and create partnerships with various stakeholders in the ecosystem to accelerate the adoption of electromobility in the region.

Aligned with the UN 2030 Agenda

The United Nations (UN) established 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to protect the planet and promote prosperity and well-being. We have identified 7 SDGs that are strategically important to us.

Our Impact in 2023

GHG Emissions Scope 1, 2, and 3

30,363 tCO2e

Total 2023 carbon footprint, including scopes 1, 2 & 3.

Avoided GHG Emissions

10,813 tCO2e

In 2023, avoided emissions were equivalent to 38% of the company’s total carbon footprint.

Air quality avoided emissions (NOx, SOx, PM)

8,903 Kg

In 2023, 8.9 tons of air pollutants were avoided, allowing millions of citizens to breathe cleaner air.

Of corporate staff were women

23 %

As part of our diversity, equity, and inclusion strategy, we aim to increase the representation of women throughout the company.

The VEMO Way


Throughout 2023, we actively sought opportunities to enact positive change, whether by supporting local initiatives or aiding those in need during crises.

Materiality Analysis

To identify the most relevant sustainability elements for our business, we conducted a thorough materiality assessment. This analysis aligned our key economic, environmental, and social impacts with the interests of our stakeholders. Through this process, we identified 11 critical ESG aspects pertinent to VEMO’s performance. This has allowed us to pinpoint priority areas where we can make the most significant impact.


Material Topics

  • Quality, Health, and Safety
  • Talent, training, and development
  • Partnerships and strategic alliances
  • Climate change
  • Waste management
  • Renewable energies
  • Compliance and good corporate practices
  • Promotion of job creation and reduction of inequalities


For more information on our material topics, please read our sustainability report.

The goal of VEMO Talks is to provide young environmentalists and entrepreneurs, companies, NGOs, public and multilateral entities, all responsible and committed to sustainable development and a robust ESG agenda, with relevant and technically sound information on their areas of interest.

Latest VEMO Talks

Lithium Revolution: Uses, Challenges, and Reuse


Fair Energy Transition: Gateway to New Opportunities


Energy, Inclusion, and Climate Change: Actions for a Sustainable Future


Our Badges

Sustainable Development Goals

ESG Library

2023 Sustainability Report (PDF) – 4.0 Mb
Reporte de Sustentabilidad 2023(PDF) – 4.2 Mb
2022 Sustainability Report (PDF) – 9.7 Mb