Berlin's first electric-powered sightseeing bus sports a sign that reads, "I drive on electricity." It was introduced to the public today during a 30-minute media tour attended by the Senator for Commerce, Cornelia Yzer.
eMO has been assisting with the project for over 2 years, and on June 14, the final conference took place in Brussels.
From June 19–22, 2016, Montreal temporarily served as the world capital of electromobility. International experts from every continent used the 29th Electric Vehicle Symposium to exchange ideas and network.
VW Strategy 2025: Mobility solutions such as car sharing, driving services or mobile services are slated to get their own independent division – with headquarters in Berlin.
Minibuses equipped with artificial intelligence are now hitting the roads in the US. The automobile manufacturer and eMO partner, Local Motors, and the IT company IBM are behind this new mobility concept.
Quick decision-making, ambitious companies and an Internet savvy population that’s open to technology across all age groups appear to be giving a huge boost to electromobility in China.
Planning for infrastructure for use by e-bikes has been ongoing since the fall of 2014 under the name "Pedelec-Korridor im Südwestraum Berlins" (Pedelec Corridor in Southwest Berlin) as part of the "EBikePendeln" project. More bike parking facilities are now being planned.
To symbolize sustainable mobility, the EM Tour got under way on June 25, 2016 at the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin and reached Paris on July 10, 2016 (day of final match). Check out the official travel blog here.