BMDV supports municipalities for intelligent mobility solutions
New call for funding of digital municipal transport systems: The Federal Ministry for Digital and Transport (BMDV) is supporting the digital transformation of urban mobility with more than 30 million euros and thus simultaneously supporting climate protection (CO2 reduction) and health protection (NO2 reduction) in German towns and municipalities.
BMDV supports cities, municipalities and communities in procurement of e-vehicles and necessary charging infrastructure
The Federal Ministry for Digital and Transport (BMDV) will soon again be funding the procurement of electric vehicles and the charging infrastructure they require to operate. The next funding call is set to be published at the beginning of June – municipalities are eligible to apply.
Electric vehicles account for a quarter of new monthly registrations in April
In April 2022, 45,992 electric vehicles (24,287 of which were fully electric vehicles and 21,705 plug-in hybrids) were registered in Germany. That represents a quarter of the total new registrations in the month of April. The current total figure: 1.5 million e-vehicles, of which almost 800,000 are fully electric.
First zero-emission pusher boat ELEKTRA christened in Westhafen, Berlin
In Berlin’s Westhafen today, Mayor Franziska Giffey christened the ELEKTRA. After almost two years of construction at the Hermann Barthel GmbH shipyard in Derben and transfer to the Westhafen in Berlin, now the long-term testing of this unique, innovative and emission-free pusher boat can begin.
The National Competency Network for Sustainable Mobility celebrates birthday: Network supporting municipalities for three years now
The National Competency Network for Sustainable Mobility, or NaKoMo (Nationale Kompetenznetzwerk für nachhaltige Mobilität), turned three years old in April 2022. Over this short period, NaKoMo has become the central point of contact for sustainable mobility issues at local, state and federal levels. It facilitates a nationwide interdisciplinary exchange on all aspects of sustainable mobility across difference topics. NaKoMo therefore adds a valuable contribution to the range of diverse funding opportunities.
HyLand-Symposium: Federal Minister Dr. Wissing welcomes new hydrogen regions – HyPerformer enters second round
Berlin, 12 May 2022 – Federal Minister Dr. Wissing opened the HyLand Symposium in Berlin today. In addition to presenting the subsidy notes to the second round HyExperts and greeting the 15 new HyStarter regions, he announced another call in the HyPerformer category. All categories are now in the second phase of the BMDV initiative: ‘HyLand – Hydrogen Regions in Germany’.