Green Commuter, a Los Angeles-based car-sharing company, has announced it has launched the city’s first all-electric car-sharing service this week.

The startup is joined in development by the Los Angeles Cleantech Incubator, an organization that helps bring Los Angeles-based “cleantech” start-ups to market by providing mentoring, real estate, and networking opportunities.

Green Commuter focuses on three key areas: car sharing, vanpooling, and fleet replacement. Its car sharing wing allows drivers to rent all-electric cars by the hour or day with four pickup locations dispersed throughout Los Angeles. Its vanpooling service is run by members of the vanpool who shutter up to seven people to and from work. Thirdly, the fleet replacement service allows companies to replace a fleet vehicle with a Green Commuter car, which also uses its proprietary technology to offer bosses (and employees) ancillary data such as vehicle location and driving behaviors.

“Angelenos understand the impacts of congestion; L.A.’s bad traffic is an enormous waste of time and carries high human costs in terms of public health and the environment,” said Gustavo Occhiuzzo, CEO of Green Commuter. “Ridesharing and car-sharing with electric vehicles brings tremendous benefits in terms of reduced traffic and improved air quality, while providing mobility and commuting savings to its users.”

All vehicles are made available using the membership-based, fully automated Green Commuter app available on iOS and Android. It allows users to reserve a car, manage reservations, and create a profile. Users must be at least 18 years old, own a driver’s license, and a clean driving record. Signing up incurs a $25 non-refundable application fee with a $30 riding credit awarded to new members. Hourly rates are $7 an hour or $45 a day.

In 2016, Green Commuter implemented a smaller 20-car car-sharing program in Chattanooga, Ten, with Nissan Leafs spread throughout parking facilities. This marked the second milestone in Chattanooga’s electric history, with its transportation authority also debuting one of the country’s first all-electric downtown shuttle services.