Electromobility as the key to climate-friendly mobility: electric vehicles, nationwide charging infrastructures and charging stations are the focus here. Anyone who decides to buy an electric car or hybrid vehicle today is rewarded with an environmental bonus. Nevertheless, the range of the vehicles is still a major hurdle for many consumers. Research is being carried out at full speed into further possibilities that, in addition to range, also involve sensible battery use and battery storage. You can read all the news on this topic here.

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Siemens: Wireless charging has great market potential in the future.

Siemens and Mahle want to charge e-cars wirelessly

Munich/Stuttgart - The technology group Siemens and the Stuttgart-based mobility service provider Mahle want to work together on the development of inductive charging systems for electric cars. To this end, both companies have signed a letter of intent...

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  • EnBW builds another fast-charging park

    Karlsruhe - The energy group EnBW is building twelve new fast charging points in Rüdersdorf, Thuringia. The charging park is being built between the major cities of Leipzig, Erfurt and Chemnitz, the group announced...
  • Baden-Württemberg promotes electric neighbourhood garages

    Stuttgart - Baden-Württemberg is promoting neighbourhood garages equipped with charging infrastructure. In the funding call for so-called e-quarter hubs, which runs until the end of October, companies can submit charging and mobility sharing projects for larger car parks and underground garages...
  • Eon relies on Alpitronic

    Essen - Eon wants to install 2,000 new Alpitronic fast-charging stations across Europe by 2024. Both the expansion of existing locations and the construction of entirely new stations are planned....
  • Germany has a lot of catching up to do in flexible charging

    Cologne - The Norwegian energy system is well prepared for the ramp-up of electric mobility. Germany, on the other hand, has some catching up to do, especially in creating incentives for flexible charging. This is shown by a new index of the Institute of Energy Economics (EWI) at the University of Cologne...
  • BS Energy builds Braunschweig's charging network

    Braunschweig - Braunschweig-based BS Energy has been awarded the contract to build charging infrastructure in the Lower Saxony municipality. BS Energy is to install at least 200 new charging points by the end of 2024, and the same number again by 2026....
  • Vattenfall installs charging points at Netto

    Stavenhagen - The energy supplier Vattenfall and the grocery discounter Netto will cooperate in the future to build fast charging stations in Germany. Vattenfall wants to build around 470 charging stations with 940 charging points at Netto car parks...
  • E-mobility: Daimler and Netze BW open test field for trucks

    Stuttgart/Wörth am Rhein - The truck manufacturer Daimler-Benz Trucks wants to advance its business in the area of electric heavy-duty transport. Together with the grid operator Netze BW, the company has now put a charging park for trucks into operation, which is to serve as a test field for customers...
  • Baden-Württemberg participates in platform for transport turnaround

    Stuttgart - Data will play a decisive role in the transport transition. A data marketplace, the Mobility Data Space, is to enable all actors to access the data. The state of Baden-Württemberg is now a new participant...
  • Vague Charging Infrastructure Master Plan II presented

    Berlin - The federal government has presented the long-awaited package of measures for the development of a nationwide charging network before the summer break. On just 24 pages, the house of transport minister, Volker Wissing (FDP), has now listed 62 measures. The BDEW criticises the paper...