Car sharing provider Miles Mobility has the goal of electrifying 50 per cent of its fleet by 2025. The Federal Ministry for Digital and Transport is supporting this project with a grant of 999,938,40 euros for 373 new e-vehicles. Daniel Kluckert, Parliamentary State Secretary to the Federal Minister for Digital and Transport, today officially handed over the grant note to Oliver Mackprang, CEO of Miles Mobility.

Daniela Kluckert: “Car sharing enables people to design their mobility in a way that is fully tailored to their needs and schedules. With a growing fleet of electric vehicles, Miles Mobility car sharing company ensures that electric driving can be seen and experienced. It facilitates first experiences with electric driving and charging and enables the associated potential prejudices and hurdles to be overcome. Miles Mobility has set the objective of electrifying up to 50 per cent of its vehicles by 2025 and becoming operationally emission-neutral by 2026. We are supporting this project here at the BMDV with around one million euros for 373 new e-vehicles.”

The project is funded under the Electric Mobility funding guideline. Funding for this measure is also allocated as part of the German Recovery and Resilience Plan (GRRP) through the European Recovery and Resilience Facility (RRF). The funding guideline is coordinated by NOW GmbH and implemented by Project Management Jülich (PtJ).

Since its launch in 2015, the BMDV’s Electric Mobility funding guideline has to date, approved over 433 million euros to fund over 23,000 vehicles and almost 9,000 charging infrastructure systems as well as 347 electric mobility concepts.

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