Skip to content
Environment, National News Current Affairs

Charge up to net zero: Australian start-up microFleet launches world-first OneDock universal charging station for e-bikes and scooters

iMOVE Cooperative Research Centre 3 mins read
microFleet's OneDock

microFleet, an innovative Australian start-up, is set to officially launch its pioneering e-micromobility solution, OneDock, in Melbourne on Wednesday (March 27), marking a significant milestone in its mission to revolutionise green urban transportation globally.


The launch and live demonstration will showcase the technology to transport sector participants from industry, academia, and state/local government.


The event is open to the public and media.


Who should attend


  • Local and state government (councils, DOTs etc)
  • Property developers
  • Business leaders
  • Fleet managers
  • Technology companies in the micromobilty/MaaS space
  • Transport and environment journalists


When & Where


  • 10.30–11.30am, NTRO, 80 Turner Street Port Melbourne, VIC 3207.


Register here to attend.


OneDock (image attached) is a universal charging and parking station for electric bikes, scooters, and other light electric vehicles. It’s the world's first mechanical and digital technology platform to enable universal micromobility tracking, docking, charging and sharing, whether privately-owned or part of a public/corporate fleet.


It provides a universal access point for charging and parking a wide range of electric micromobility vehicles, bridging the gap between different brands and types. Its implications for city infrastructure signal a sustainable and efficient future, providing seamless integration of e-bikes, e-scooters, and other light electric vehicles into urban landscapes. For users, it means no more hunting for charging points or worrying about running out of power mid-ride.


microFleet is a sister company of Electric Vehicles Pty Ltd, which has a longstanding contract with Australia Post for the supply and maintenance of e-bikes for its 2,000 plus national fleet. OneDock represents the culmination of years of innovation aimed at transforming urban transport on a global scale.


It has been estimated the global e-micromobility charging market will be worth $67bn by 2030, and microFleet aims to capture 2% market share worth $1.35bn.The company aims to install 100,000 smart docking points in Australia and 1 million globally by 2030.


The OneDock launch follows the company's successful acquisition of $500,000 backing from the iMOVE Cooperative Research Centre.


OneDock inventor and microFleet COO Al Reid said:


“The future of urban transport isn’t massive cars or sprawling highways. It's in efficient, green, and user-friendly solutions like e-bikes, e-scooters, and the infrastructure that supports them. With OneDock, microFleet is not just imagining this future, we’re building it.


“This is a golden export opportunity for Australia. We're envisioning cities where transportation is seamless, eco-friendly, and efficient.”


iMOVE programs Director, Lee-Ann Breger said:


“In a world where the transportation sector is undergoing rapid transformation, driven by both technological advancements and environmental imperatives, solutions like OneDock are not just desirable; it’s essential.”


“microFleet's OneDock is the embodiment of the future of urban mobility and transportation. It's sustainable, user-centric, and primed for global adoption. It's green, it's smart, and it's what cities need. This is a game-changer.”


Notes to Editors


Available for Comment/Interview:


microFleet CCO Al Reid – 0449 677 922 -


iMOVE CRC Programs Director, Lee-Ann Breger


To arrange, please contact:







About us:

About microFleet


microFleet began as part of Electric Vehicles Pty Ltd (EV), established in 2004 by electric bike pioneers Scott Dickason and Steve Smart. EV has since become a leading LEV manufacturer and service provider, including building and maintaining Australia Post’s electric mail bike fleet, now 2,000 strong. In 2021, Al Reid helped Scott and Steve spin out microFleet to help address the COVID-driven boom in the global LEV market and enable micromobility throughout Australia and globally. They are currently raising investment to accelerate global adoption of their proprietary technology. For more, visit





iMOVE is the national centre for collaborative R&D in transport and mobility. It facilitates, supports and co-funds research projects that improve the way people and goods move in Australia. It has 44 industry, government and academic partners and has over 50 projects completed or currently underway in a broad range of transport areas. Find out more about iMOVE CRC visit:    

Contact details:



More from this category

  • National News Current Affairs
  • 24/04/2024
  • 12:11
Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Australia

Family of Bondi attack hero, Faraz Tahir wishes to thank Australian public and Government for the love and compassion

Family of Faraz Tahir have arrived in Australia today in wake of his funeral on Friday 26th April. The family wishes to thank Australian public through a Press Conference organised by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community per below: Faraz Tahir selflessly sacrificed his life defending others during the Bondi Junction attack on Saturday, April 13th, 2024. Older brother Muzafar Tahirsaid: “Faraz will be dearly missed by whole family and community. Today is his 31st birthday and the family have seen his body for first time. We would like to thank the Australian public for showing love and compassion to a stranger,…

  • Community, Environment
  • 24/04/2024
  • 10:27
City of Sydney

Sydney Park greener and more accessible than ever

Sydney Park now has nearly 200 new native trees, more electric barbecues, picnic areas, seating and toilets after the City of Sydney’s major rectification…

  • Contains:
  • Environment, Finance Investment
  • 24/04/2024
  • 09:12
La Trobe University

La Trobe to purchase all renewable energy as it heads to Net Zero 2029

La Trobe University will purchase 100 per cent renewable energy as part of its commitment to be Net Zero by 2029. The University has entered into a Power Purchasing Agreement (PPA) with global energy leader Iberdrola, enabling it to purchase electricity from a renewable source, and by 2028 all electricity purchased will be 100 per cent emissions-free. The agreement paves the way for La Trobe to eliminate its single largest source of emissions. La Trobe’s Vice-Chancellor, Professor Theo Farrell, said the agreement was part of the University’s ongoing commitment to being a sustainable leader, and is funded by its Sustainable…

Media Outreach made fast, easy, simple.

Feature your press release on Medianet's News Hub every time you distribute with Medianet. Pay per release or save with a subscription.