Climate neutral by 2050 - that is the EU's man on the moon.
Much remains to be done to achieve this long-term objective, starting with more ambitious climate action in the transport sector in the coming decade.
The clean electrification of vehicles and the deployment of a smart charging infrastructure are the success factors to transform vehicles from mere transport assets to decentralized energy resources fully integrated in the clean power system.
But which innovative e-mobility business models to support in the new EU legislative cycle?
A new publication by the European business association smartEn - Smart Energy Europe in cooperation with Power2Drive Europe, the international exhibition for charging infrastructure and e-mobility, brings together pioneering best practices and innovative business models.
When it comes to charging instead of refueling, the right solution is crucial. In the whitepaper we provide answers to the most important questions about charging and how to electrify your fleet.
Electromobility and photovoltaics are becoming increasingly interesting for commercial enterprises. Becoming a prosumer of PV electricity and electrifying a fleet is the essence of this guidline, which was coordinated by the German Solar Association and supported by the European Union. It provides suggestions and ideas, as well as technical concepts and gives information on legal framework conditions for commercial enterprises in Germany.
Thank you to all our exhibitors, visitors and partners for making Power2Drive Europe 2019 such a big success. In the Post Show Report you will find the detailed results of the visitor and exhibitor survey of Power2Drive Europe 2019.
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The declaration’s signatories include the German Federal Association for eMobility (BEM), the German Association of Energy Market Innovators (bne), the German Association for Solar Mobility (BSM), the German Solar Association (BSW-Solar), the German Wind Energy Association (BWE), the International Solar Energy Society, German Section (DGS), The European e-Mobility Association AVERE and the International Battery & Energy Storage Alliance (IBESA).
The number of electric vehicles around the world rose to 5.6 million last year. The global market grew by 75 percent compared with 2017, and it will continue to accelerate. This is also reflected in the current market overview from the Power2Drive Europe exhibition. The number of suppliers and the range of wall boxes, charging stations, carports and services relating to electric mobility have grown significantly. The trade magazine “photovoltaik” is the media partner of the latest Charging Systems Market Overview.
The current market overview is published in English and presents around 90 charging stations, wall boxes and versatile charging cables that are currently available. Alongside charging technology, the market overview also covers planning tools used to integrate e-mobility into solar self-consumption systems for buildings and solar carports.