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Electromobility in Germany and Bavaria – Bayern Innovativ publishes whitepaper on charging infrastructure

Electromobility in Germany and Bavaria – Bayern Innovativ publishes whitepaper on charging infrastructure

As a direct method of minimizing a major source of CO2 emissions, electromobility is an important cornerstone of achieving the climate goals agreed upon by a number of countries in Paris in 2016 and making European mobility CO2-neutral by 2050. Statistics show that the market for e-vehicles is rapidly growing and the required charging infrastructure is expanding at a steady rate as well. In Germany, Bavaria has a pioneer role in this regard: Historically both the automotive sector and technological innovation have been deeply rooted in the Free State and Bavaria is also one of the German states with the most extensive charging infrastructure, which is also the focus of the most recent whitepaper by Bayern Innovativ.

Bayern Innovativ is the “Gesellschaft für Innovation und Wissenstransfer mbH”, an organization founded in 1995 by representatives of Bavarian government, business and science as a flag-ship of Bavarian innovation policy. It is dedicated to supporting small and medium-sized businesses in Bavaria, which sometimes lack the resources – both financially and organizationally – to innovate their processes and business models effectively. Bayern Innovativ provides businesses with both advisory and support services as well as funding and access to an expert network.

In its recently published whitepaper “Was macht Ladeorte attraktiv? – Erfolgskriterien für die Elektromobilität in Bayern” (What makes charging locations attractive? – Success factors for electromobility in Bavaria), Bayern Innovativ identifies the most important success criteria for public charging infrastructure along with recommendations on its further expansion. In addition, results from user surveys and empirical data from charging station operators provide important insights into the popularity and success of different charging locations.

The whitepaper, available in German, can be downloaded free of charge from the Bayern Innovativ website here.