Escaping the Cost Trap: A Comparison of Mobile Electricity Tariffs for Cars

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Tuesday, April 27, 2021 | 11am–12pm CEST | Webinar Language: German

Electromobility is booming in Germany: Partly thanks to government subsidies, the alternative drive system sector is recording enormous growth figures. The associated charging infrastructure has created the new market segment of mobile charging power.

More than 200 providers with almost 400 tariffs are currently competing for customers' favor. In the jungle of the car power tariffs it is necessary to keep the overview, here in the Power2Drive Webinar there are answers to open questions. For the third time, EUPD Research examines the German market for mobile charging tariffs and shows the best tariffs in different usage profiles in a unique analysis from the end customer's point of view.

The webinar is presented by Webasto.

Our Guests

Christine Koch, Research Anaylst, EuPD Research GmbH

hristine Koch, Research Analyst, EuPD Research GmbH

Since its founding in 2000, EuPD Research has been developing innovative and holistic solutions for various questions of sustainably oriented companies. With primary data-based research and consulting services, EuPD wants to lead your business strategy to success.

The work focuses in particular on the technology sectors of photovoltaics, electricity storage, heat pumps and electromobility. Christine Koch is a research analyst at EuPD in the field of research and analysis for renewable energies. This year she is in charge of the study "Vergleichsanalyse mobiler Ladestromtarife 2020".

Franz Rother, Editor-in-Chief, Edison Media

Franz Rother has been Editor-in-Chief at Edison, part of the Handelsblatt publishing group, for more than 4 years and is therefore a competent contact person for all issues relating to new mobility and connected life. Previously, he held a leading position at Wirtschaftswoche for more than 9 years.

Dr. Jan Strobel, Head of the Regulation, Market Communication and Mobility Department at the German Energy and Water Industries Association (BDEW)

Jan Strobel studied political science at the Eberhard Karls University in Tübingen and then did his doctorate in economics at the Free University of Berlin on the subject of alternative fuels. For three years, Dr. Strobel was the Head of Project Development Department at a wind farm developer and six years at Capgemini Consulting with a focus on the energy industry.

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