Two of the world’s most innovative electric transportation companies have been awarded for their sustainability efforts.

Damon Motors and Monarch Tractor have each received a 2021 Green GOOD DESIGN Award in the Green Transportation category.

Damon was awarded for its flagship HyperSport superbike, the world’s smartest, safest, most powerful, fully connected electric motorcycle. Globally, motorcycling is one of the largest contributors to greenhouse gasses. Damon Motors is committed to a creating a sustainable path forward for motorcycling with its 100 percent electric, zero emissions motorcycles.

Monarch Tractor was awarded for its flagship product, the world’s first fully electric, driver-optional, smart tractor.  Traditional diesel tractors produce roughly 14 times the emissions as the average car. The Monarch Tractor is 100 percent electric and has zero tailpipe emissions. Monarch Tractor empowers sustainable farming with actionable intelligence, clean energy and unparalleled safety features.

Green GOOD DESIGN, awarded by the European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies and The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design identifies and emphasizes “the world’s most important examples of sustainable design” and honors the companies that are “leading the global way to a design that is fully sustainable and compatible with the highest standards of good environment.” Members of The European Center’s International Advisory Committee—worldwide leaders in the design industry—served as the jury and selected over 200 new products, programs, people, environmental planning, and architecture as outstanding examples of Green Design from 28 nations.

Founded in Chicago in 1950, GOOD DESIGN remains the oldest and most established awards program for the most innovative and visionary new product design worldwide.

We at LMGPR would like to congratulate both Damon and Monarch on winning this prestigious award and are proud to partner with these pioneering companies dedicated to accelerating a clean energy future.