E-Mobility

Will electric mobility replace diesel and gasoline propulsion in the future? What is certain is that electric cars are on the rise worldwide – especially in China.

But the big race for market shares for electric trucks has also begun among European commercial vehicle manufacturers. They are concentrating primarily on distribution transport with ranges of up to 300 kilometers.

The biggest advantage of electric vehicles is the local freedom from emissions. Although the ecological potential is controversial, they are regarded as the hope of modern transport. In a study, the Freiburg Öko-Institut comes to the conclusion that electric vehicles could avoid around 5.2 million tons of CO2 if renewable energy were to be expanded in 2030. This would save around six percent of vehicle traffic emissions.

Not only electric trucks and passenger cars are becoming increasingly popular, but also pedelecs and e-bikes.

The biggest challenges in e-mobility are a comprehensive charging infrastructure and high-performance batteries.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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