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BMDV supports cities, municipalities and districts in the procurement of e-vehicles and the corresponding charging infrastructure

The Federal Ministry of Digital and Transport (BMDV – Bundesministerium für Digitales und Verkehr) is continuing to support the procurement of electric vehicles and the corresponding infrastructure within the scope of the electric mobility funding guideline.

09.06.2022
Plug-in hybrid ferry for the Kiel Fjord: christening of the MS Friedrichsort

The new vessel of the Kiel Tug and Ferry Company (SFK) will be called ‘MS Friedrichsort’, christened on 24 March 2022 on Kiel’s Reventlou bridge. This is already the second plug-in hybrid ferry for the SFK – the godmother is Astrid Leßmann, a member of the SFK Supervisory Board and Kiel council member.

24.03.2022
8th specialist conference on local electric mobility: Register now!

The electric mobility specialist conference has established itself as a central platform for exchange on the integration of electric mobility on both municipal and regional levels. The two-day conference is oriented towards municipal and regional decision-makers (particularly in the fleet sector) and a broad range of public experts.

16.03.2022
LaneCharge – charging without the need for a plug

The “LaneCharge” research project is exploring new methods for the charging of electric cars via induction. The first practical tests have been conducted successfully under laboratory conditions – and before the end of this year, taxis in Hanover will be able to charge without the need for a plug.

23.02.2022
Infoservice: Clean mobility in Germany – key figures and projects 1/2022

The NOW GmbH infoservice provides key figures, data and facts on clean mobility with alternative drives and fuels in Germany.

10.02.2022
Learning from the Barnim e-car sharing model: Kreiswerke Barnim offer workshops

As of immediately, Kreiswerke Barnim is offering a multi-day workshop format on the subject of electric car sharing in rural areas for municipalities, municipal utilities and companies, under the title “BARshare erfahr:BAR”.

03.02.2022
EM funding balance 2021: BMDV
invests in over 1,000 e-vehicles and around 250 charging points

The Federal Ministry for Digital and Transport (BMDV – Bundesministerium für Digitales und Verkehr) is investing another 20 million euros for the procurement of vehicles and development of charging infrastructure under the Electric Mobility Funding Guideline. A total of 86 projects will be approved, 36 of which will be proposed by municipalities and 50 by companies. The BMDV is supporting the procurement of more than 1,000 vehicles and almost 250 charging points under the Electric Mobility Funding Guideline. The guideline is coordinated by NOW GmbH and implemented by Project Management Jülich (PtJ).

18.01.2022
New electric sweeper for Ibbenbüren

Ibbenbürener Bau- und Servicebetrieb (BIBB) (Ibbenbüren’s municipal administration) has a new vehicle: a sweeper. But not just any sweeper – this one is special. It’s environmentally friendly, has an electric engine and an e-license plate. It was delivered last week and will keep the town clean in future. It has already made its debut and passed with flying colours.

17.01.2022
Local Electric Mobility: Information service programme of the Federal Ministry of Transport goes on winter break

Despite the difficult circumstances brought about by the pandemic, the Electric Mobility Roadshow of the Federal Ministry of Digital Affairs and Transport (BMDV) made stops in thirteen cities and municipalities throughout Germany in 2021. Information on climate-friendly electric mobility suitable for everyday use was shared by the information stand team on location at all the stops. Since 2014, the Electric Mobility Roadshow has visited more than 130 municipalities.

20.12.2021