7. BerlinThe capital region of Germany is already a pioneer in innovative and sustainable mobility. With more than 100 projects, more than 3.000 e-vehicles and over 770 public charging points, it is the country’s largest laboratory for electro-mobility – and is leading the way in Europe.

These projects cover a broad spectrum of applications for integrated mobility options and future-oriented drive systems: from motorized vehicles for private households to fleets of car sharing, public transportation and commercial vehicles, as well as electric freight transport by truck, van and cargo bike. Concepts and strategies integrate vehicles into transportation and energy systems, i.e. they go beyond individual automobiles to pursue user-friendly, multi-modal systems linked with the use and storage of renewable energies.

Research, develop, produce, educate, apply

The capital region Berlin-Brandenburg aims to become an internationally recognized model for electro-mobility in Europe. The entire value-added chain for electro-mobility is to be situated in this region, with everything from research, development and production to education and application.

Main aims of electro-mobility in Berlin-Brandenburg

  • Sustainably strengthen of economy and science.
  • Secure existing future-oriented jobs and create new ones.
  • Improve the quality of life for residents.
  • Develop new technologies and strengthen services.
  • Raise the international profile of electro-mobility.

Coordination through eMO

The Berlin Agency for Electro-mobility eMO is the central contact for electro-mobility in Germany’s capital region. eMO combines expertise from business, science, government and administration. Regional electro-mobility activities are supported by eMO in cooperation and consultation with the relevant players. “Electro-mobility Sites” will give people the possibility to see and experience electro-mobility first hand.

eMO is coordinating the “Berlin-Brandenburg International Showcase for Electro-mobility”, which is being sponsored by the federal government and the states of Berlin and Brandenburg for a period of three years. With more than 100 partners, this showcase is putting around 30 projects into practice.

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