Revel Stock / RidesharingFounded: 2010

Revel, founded in 2018, is a transportation technology company striving to innovate in urban mobility. Revel focuses on electrifying city travel by developing Superhubs equipped with fast EV chargers. Additionally, Revel operates an eco-friendly rideshare service using electric vehicles, manned by their own employees. Through these initiatives, Revel aims to enhance urban travel efficiency while reducing environmental impact. Revel is headquartered in Brooklyn, New York.

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Knighthead Capital Management
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Management Team

Frank Reig
Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Mark Rowe
Chief Financial Officer
Paul Suhey
Co-Founder & Chief Operating Officer
Tony Lee
Chief Technology Officer

Board Members

Jim Adler
Toyota Ventures
Michael Granoff JD
Maniv Mobility

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News Highlights

Revel will focus on EV infrastructure and ride-hailing
According to an email to its users (which was posted on X, formerly Twitter), Revel is looking to build “large networks of public EV fast charging stations in New York and the Bay Area so more people can go electric.” Just recently, the company announced plans to develop and open five new of its so-called ‘Superhubs’ in New York City, adding a total of 136 public charging stalls to New York’s EV infrastructure.
Revel will eliminate its electric moped-sharing service in S.F.
Revel announced on Friday that it is discontinuing its electric moped-sharing service in San Francisco and New York. Frank Reig, the CEO of the Brooklyn-based transportation company, informed employees via email about the decision, revealing the company’s strategic shift toward focusing exclusively on its electric ride-hailing and EV charging ventures. “Revel is currently developing large public fast-charging networks in America’s two densest metros, New York and the Bay Area,” spokesperson Robert Familiar said.
Hertz charges up to expand electric car fleet in NYC with Revel deal
An as-yet-unreported deal in the car-rental space is angling to bring New York City into the electric vehicle era. Hertz is providing Revel – the all-electric ride-sharing company that started out as a scooter app five years ago – with electric cars in a lease agreement and is considering a broader partnership, sources told On The Money.
Updated on: Jun 12, 2024


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