Bloom in Detroit Partners with Land to Advance Mobile Energy

Bloom, a Detroit-based aggregated and standardized marketplace offering operations-as-a-service for the Light Electric Vehicle (LEV) industry, is joining forces with Land, a Cleveland-based electric mobility and battery manufacturer.
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Detroit-based standardized light electric vehicle marketplace Bloom is joining forces with Land, a Cleveland-based electric mobility and battery manufacturer. // Photo courtesy of Land

Bloom, a Detroit-based aggregated and standardized marketplace offering operations-as-a-service for the Light Electric Vehicle (LEV) industry, is joining forces with Land, a Cleveland-based electric mobility and battery manufacturer.

The strategic partnership builds on Land’s vision to change mobile energy through e-mobility and swappable batteries. With 20 global patents, Land’s compact and connected CORE battery platform moves two-wheel and four-wheel LEVs as well as boats and RVs. It also provides a portable power grid.

As part of the new collaboration, Land will be one of Bloom’s preferred electric battery suppliers, which will allow Bloom’s manufacturing partners the ability to integrate Land’s latest battery technology into their e-motos.

In addition, Land will join Bloom’s network of domestic and international partners that are on a mission to ‘future-proof’ the e-mobility industry through collaboration, shared resources, and vertical integration.

“Land has built an intelligent, portable electric battery platform to power other companies,” says Scott Colosimo, founder and CEO of Land. “This partnership comes at an ideal time as the U.S. and the industry seek swappable, standardized solutions for electric vehicles.”

Bloom states it is committed to building a robust ecosystem of U.S.-based suppliers, with the goal of establishing a healthy domestic supply chain leading to efficiency among electric mobility manufacturers and greater access to clean tech.

“The CORE battery allows companies to get to market faster by leveraging the battery expertise of Land,” says Justin Kosmides, co-founder of Bloom. “Land is an excellent addition to the ecosystem we are building, which will allow new brands to grow in a much more efficient way. Economies of scale and shared resources and are critical elements that mature markets depend on and this partnership is a great step in that direction.”

With the relationship, Land and Bloom expect industry partners to experience multiple benefits, including lower production costs and operating in a resilient market.

For more information, visit Bloom or LandMoto.io.