On Mierendorffinsel in Charlottenburg, the Berlin start-up Getaway is going live with its car sharing model for neighborhood car use. The offer is aimed at car owners who rent their cars out for money as well as people who have a driver's license who can rent these private cars for a rental fee.
The Sustainable Mobility Management MBA, now offered at the EUREF campus by TU Berlin, provides an integrative design across disciplines as energy, sustainability and mobility. Graduates will be able to plan and manage complex projects in the transport and mobility fields.
After BVG, the next eMO partner has decided to electrify its company fleet. The energy provider Vattenfall wants to acquire 3,500 e-vehicles in the next five years, thereby contributing to the reduction of CO2 emissions in Europe. A total of 750 are planned for the Berlin location alone.
With Car-2-Lab, its third project in the Berlin Electromobility Showcase, BGZ has initiated a strategic partnership that uses vehicle telematics to exemplify how digitalization can be introduced in vocational training in the motor vehicle sector.
Angela Merkel visited Door2Door: "I am delighted that this development is happening as I age, as it is of particular interest for older people.
More than 50 partners in the WindNODE joint project have officially begun their four-year work on the north-eastern German model region for smart energy with a big kick-off event. The project has a scope of nearly 70 million euros.
Potsdam is serious about changing its fleet. All the vehicles in the capital city of Brandenburg will be electric within only three years.
The international planning and consulting firm BuroHappold Engineering brought together 40 experts from a wide variety of companies to the EUREF Campus in Berlin on January 18, 2017, under the title "Design Sprint". The focus was on self-driving cars and urban spaces.