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New Berlin air

Focus areas

Immediate Clean Air Program 2017-2020 - Under this name, the German government had called on the 90 municipalities with the worst NOx levels to develop projects that would specifically promote electromobility. The program was very well received and the most promising projects were selected. Berlin is also participating with a project - a consortium from politics, business, and research has jointly submitted a project outline. Successfully. The aim now is to build up to 1,000 lantern charging points as part of the project, and up to 600 charging points in real estate, in order to jointly advance electromobility in Berlin. Learn more about partners’ topics as part of this project.

Runtime

October 2018 - December 2022

Project partners

BMVI

Senatsverwaltung für Umwelt, Verkehr und Klimaschutz

ubitricity

Hubject

DAI-Labor

RLI

Bezirke Marzahn-Hellerdorf und Steglitz-Zehlendorf

Berliner Agentur für Elektromobilität eMO

EUREF-Campus

KontaktContact

ubitricity Gesellschaft für verteilte Energiesysteme mbHEUREF

-Campus 7-

810829 Berlin

Tel. +49 30 398 371 690

Fax +49 30 398 371 699

kontakt@neueberlinerluft.de

eTaxi-Flotte Berlin

Anschaffung oder Leasing eines E-Autos für Taxifahrer, Umbau zum barrierefreien E-Taxi sowie Aufbau gesteuerter Ladeinfrastruktur exklusiv für Taxifahrer.

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New Berlin air

Establishment of up to 1,000 lantern charging points in Berlin

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Cycle track

Planning of a bike path under the U1 elevated railroad.

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"I replace a car"

In the project "I replace a car", electric cargo bikes were presented as innovative transport vehicles for urban commercial traffic and their potential for climate protection was evaluated.

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Cable clutter

In microhubs, flows of goods are brought together and finely distributed from there by e-cargo bikes with zero emissions and noise, as the basis for the sustainable transport of goods in the inner city area.

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KIS´M

Testing of an AI-based system for autonomous and connected mobility at the former Tegel Airport.

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