Electric Mobility - the Future Made in Germany
Joint press release by the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology, the Federal Ministry of Transport, Building and Urban Development, the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety, and the Federal Ministry of Education and Research
The German Government will be presenting its activities in the field of electric mobility under this motto at the Hannover Messe from 23 April.
The joint stand by the four participating Federal ministries (Economics and Technology; Transport, Building and Urban Development; Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety; and Education and Research) is at MobiliTec, the leading international trade fair for hybrid and electric powertrain technologies, mobile energy storage and alternative mobility solutions in Hall 25.
The visitors have until 27 April 2012 to gain an insight into the latest developments in electric mobility regarding batteries, the vehicles themselves, control technology, the link-up to renewable energy, recharging options, and not least the inclusion in innovative mobility concepts and the testing of the use of electric mobility in day-to-day driving. They can experience the full range of electric vehicles from the innovative bicycle to the practical small car, the sleek sports car and the spacious van. The main focus of the 1200 m2 stand is on displaying research and development projects assisted by the Federal Government. Experts from the four ministries, the Federal Government's advisory service on financial assistance, and the Federal Government's Joint Unit for Electric Mobility will be there to answer your questions.