eMO is both an agency and a network. Its success ultimately depends on high-performing partners who are strategically committed to electromobility and who intend to seize the opportunities that this field can offer. Working with eMO is not a one-way street: The relevant players from the political sphere, academia, and business must all pull together if the final goal – bringing electromobility onto the streets – is to be achieved. Many Berlin-based companies in the transport, energy, IT, communications, and service industries have already underlined their commitment to electromobility by partnering with eMO. Some of them have become "Premium Partners,” entitling them to sit on eMO’s Steering Committee. Young entrepreneurs, start-ups, and companies just in the process of being established have many opportunities for networking and launching cooperative projects in the "eMO Club.”
eMO has also linked up with numerous additional networks at the regional, national, and international levels, thereby supporting an ever broader interface between electromobility and other, related industries.
Join the eMO network, and help shape the future course of electromobility in the German capital region!
We at Allego are only satisfied when E-drivers no longer see charging as a problem. Charging anytime and anywhere, comfortable, fair and affordable – that is what we are working on together with our partners from the automotive industry, with municipalities and mobility service provider. Allego focus in particular on the establishment of a fast charging network on highways. We promise that our charging solutions are reliable, cost effective and above all ‘smart’ with the service that matches the mobility of the future.
The Berliner Volksbank is one of the largest co-operative banks in Germany. The business model originally founded for over 160 years by artisans and craftsmen. It embodies values that are more relevant than ever: fairness, competence, safety and reliability. Over 146,000 members share the cooperative spirit and ensure the regional banks committed for the benefit of the people and the local economy. In addition, the Bank supported more than 100 projects in the fields of arts, sports and education annually.
Brose is one of the top 40 automobile suppliers worldwide.
With its longtime experience as market leader for electric motors in the automotive industry, from fall 2014 onwards the mechatronic specialist offers a center motor for pedelecs that is characterized by highest quality and a maximum of flexibility.
The company Brose Antriebstechnik develops, produces and distributes this drive system "made in Germany".
BP is one of the world's leading energy companies. We are committed to a lower carbon future, aiming to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in its operations, improve its products and services to help customers lower their emissions, and create new low carbon businesses. BP Advanced Mobility will support and drive the next generation of technologies that are shaping the future of transportation. In doing so, it will make a real contribution to the world’s ambition of a low carbon future and help evolve BP from a company that provides products to keep people and goods moving to one of the leading providers of integrated mobility solutions.
The Carano Software Solutions GmbH, founded in 1992, is one of the leading providers of professional software solutions in the field of fleet procurement, fleet management, vehicle leasing and car dealership. Prestigious national and international clients trust in our products, to substantially optimize business processes in the entire vehicle life cycle and to generate savings potentials. As part of the "Shared E-Fleet” research project, funded by the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy, we have been developing holistic solutions for the efficient integration of electronic vehicles into company fleets. The project revolves around business e-car-sharing and has been tested, evaluated and optimized under real operation conditions in model tests at various locations, such as the Stuttgart Engineering Park (STEP) or the Munich Center of Technology (MTZ).
DB Group is an international provider of mobility and logistics services operating globally in more than 130 countries. Its headquarters are in Berlin. DB Group has more than 300,000 employees, with almost 40% employed outside Germany. We are designing and operating the transport networks of the future. By integrating transport and the rail infrastructure, as well as using economically and environmentally intelligent linkage of all modes of transport, we move both people and goods.
The DRIVERY CLUB is a community of the brightest thinkers and doers in the field of mobility, working together to solve the many challenges cities and regions face in an ever-growing world. As an innovation network, we promote the development of new products and services: from the idea through prototype construction to successful market entry. You are a freelancer, startup, corporate, academic institution or just a fellow visionary? Share with us the future in developing mobility services that will address these challenges and create a more mobile world. Join us and experience the DRIVERY way of doing innovation.
The ebee solution helps to make public charging infrastructure affordable, future oriented and flexible: Ebee charging spots are compact and can be integrated in existing street furniture. Our products are compatible to the existing standards. Connection to the backend systems of the various providers is possible. The user interface is reduced to the essential minimum – the optimized communication with the backend system ensures fast reaction times. We offer complete charging spots, charging kits and engineering services to support the operation.
Advanced driving schools at numerous locations operate successfully under the umbrella of the Zöllner Group. They offer trainings for all license categories with innovative training concepts and latest training vehicles. Main focus is the training of environmentally friendly driving style with savings of up to 10 percent of fuel.
The Berlin office, the driving school "Exklusiv Fahrschule" is located on the Kurfürstendamm, offering car, motorcycle and moped training with the involvement of car driving simulators of the latest generation.
The Zöllner Group is a privately owned, medium-sized company. Through the establishment of new branches in NRW, Niedersachsen and Berlin it has become Germany's largest driving school company.
GASAG AG and its subsidiaries are a leading grid operator, energy services provider, and energy producer. Besides providing hundreds of thousands of households and commercial clients with natural gas and green power, and producing its own ecological electricity and biogas, the GASAG Group offers a broad range of energy services. The offerings range from mobility services to energy solutions for single-family residences all the way to supply concepts for entire city quarters. GASAG, a storied company established over 170 years ago, has made a commitment to the Land of Berlin to save two million tons of CO2 emissions by 2020. Moreover, GASAG embraces its social responsibility as a corporate citizen of the city: The company sponsors sports and cultural events, the protection of the environment, educational programs, as well as academic research.
HELLA Aglaia Mobile Vision GmbH (Berlin) is a subsidiary of HELLA KGaA Hueck&Co., a world-renowned developer & manufacturer of lighting and electronic components for the automotive industry. A leading developer of intelligent visual sensor system, HELLA Aglaia focuses on innovative industrialized solutions and high-performance products for numerous applications, the core competencies being driver assistance systems, e-mobility and electronic people counting. This we achieve by drawing on our long-standing expertise in embedded software development and HELLA’s competitive edge. Founded in 1998, Hella Aglaia is an innovative, global company with more than 150 employees.
Hubject GmbH is a joint venture formed by the BMW Group, Bosch, Daimler, EnBW, RWE and Siemens based in Berlin. The company operates a cross-industry business and IT platform connecting charging infrastructure, service and mobility providers.
Employing over 5,000 members of staff, IAV is one of the world’s leading providers of engineering services to the automotive industry. The company has been developing innovative concepts and technologies for future-looking vehicles for over 30 years. Core competencies include production-ready solutions in all fields of electronics, powertrain and vehicle development. IAV counts all of the world's premier automobile manufacturers and suppliers among its clients. In addition to development centers in Berlin, Gifhorn and Chemnitz, IAV also operates from other locations in Europe, Asia as well as North and South America.
InnoZ offers research, testing and consulting services, and develops in cooperation with its partners from industry, research, and government innovative system solutions in the fields of mobility and societal change. Moreover, by employing cutting-edge user research, InnoZ can offer concepts that not only combine applied research and best-practice, but are also user-centric.
PPMG Potsdamer Platz Management GmbH is a subsidiary of ECE and was assigned with the complete management of the Potsdamer Platz district by SEB Asset Management. Besides asset and property management and leasing, one of its major tasks is the consistent marketing of the district under the family brand "Potsdamer Platz”. The venue has a gross floor area of approx. 550,000 square meters in 19 buildings, as well as several streets and squares. Among the offices and apartments, there are also two five-star hotels, a multiplex cinema, two theaters, a casino, two nightclubs, a health center, the shopping mall Potsdamer Platz Arkaden with more than 130 retail stores and 30 restaurants, bars and cafés. Up to 100,000 people visit the district every day.
PPMG is responsible for both asset and property management as well as for leasing and the consistent marketing of the quarter.
Siemens AG is active in the industrial, energy, and healthcare sectors and offers infrastructure solutions particularly for cities and other metropolitan areas. Siemens has maintained operations in Berlin ever since 1847. Today, the Siemens products manufactured in the Berlin region can be found in use all over the world: Gas turbines for energy generation in South America, switching equipment for power grids in India, engines for wind-powered systems in Norway, and railroad infrastructure in China. But whatever the product involved, protecting the climate is always a key priority for the company. Hardly a surprise, then, that the world’s most energy-efficient gas turbine is made by Siemens right here in Berlin!
On behalf of the county Berlin, Tegel Projekt converts the former airport Tegel into an Industry and Research Park. A dense network of industry, universities and research institutions will jointly produce technological solutions for the city of tomorrow on site. For this purpose, Tegel’s striking terminal building as well as the runways offer, amongst others, ideal workshop spaces and testing areas to develop and experiment with new mobility concepts in Berlin.
As part of a globally operating energy company TOTAL figures also in Germany amongst the leading players in the energy market. With more than 1.000 fuel stations TOTAL’s network is ranked number four in Germany. In Leuna, TOTAL runs a state of the art refinery, one of the most recent facilities in Europe. Moreover, TOTAL plays a key role in the chemistry sector with its plastics and special applications for the automotive and aeronautic sector. TOTAL is one of the industry leaders in photovoltaics worldwide and is engaged in the research of hydrogen mobility as fuel of the future. Though all these activities, TOTAL secures about 4.000 jobs in Germany.
ubitricity was founded in Berlin in 2008 to develop new services for users of electric vehicles. ubitricity Mobile Metering enables the cost-effective roll-out of a future-proof EV charging network. Metering and billing is processed by electronics inside the car of the charging cable. Charging points are reduced to highly cost-effective, identifiable and switchable system sockets. A widespread charging network is made affordable. The ubitricity solution is currently implemented in a research project joining renowned partners and supported by the Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy.
Vattenfall is one of the largest electricity producers and the largest producer of heat in Europe. The group operates in nine European countries and employs approximately 38,000 people. In addition to optimizing existing technologies and expanding their reach, Vattenfall is investing in sustainable innovation. Vattenfall Europe Innovation GmbH is developing new fields of business to address the demands engendered by climate change and energy reliability while creating economically sustainable business opportunities. Vattenfall is actively identifying new resource-saving and environmentally friendly technologies in the energy sector and develops new business areas and products, respectively, in the field of Smart Systems and Green E-Mobility. In order to ensure that eMobility can become a reality as part of an integrated system of sustainable mobility and energy supply, Vattenfall and its partners develop customer-oriented solutions such as charging infrastructure, intelligent load management, and renewable energy products.