Cologne hotel installs the first version of ebee charging points in compliance with German calibration law

The e-mobility sector is now gaining momentum in Germany too. Although the Chancellor’s goal of having 1 million electric vehicles registered on German roads by 2020 is no longer achievable, according to current estimates, there will be 3 million registered electric vehicles by 2025. In the meantime, the regulatory and economic importance of this topic has dawned on the relevant players: Municipalities are integrating e-mobility concepts into their emission reduction programmes, the property sector is integrating charging infrastructure into their redevelopment and construction project plans. The catering industry is also increasingly recognising the added commercial value of public charging points on their own car parks.