Volvo's electric brand plans to open three more Polestar Spaces in Germany before the end of December, with showrooms in Cologne, Stuttgart and Hamburg to follow the launch in Düsseldorf.
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More than 1,000 publicly accessible charging points for electric cars are now available in Hamburg. However, as a video from Extra 3 shows, e-car drivers have recently had a problem charging at a charging point on the Außenalster.
Siemens Smart Infrastructure has received a major order from Hamburger Hochbahn to equip two of the six carports at the Alsterdorf bus depot with a total of 96 charging points as well as medium- and low-voltage technology. Commissioning is scheduled for summer 2021.
BMW and Daimler's Free Now mobility platform aims to achieve climate neutrality in all key European markets by 2030 and is providing more than €100 million in resources over the next five years to support the shift towards e-mobility.
Verkehrsbetriebe Hamburg-Holstein (VHH) has completed the tender process for a further 32 e-buses, with Irizar, MAN and Volvo winning the contracts. Delivery of the new vehicles is scheduled to begin at the end of 2021.
Czech startup Nimble Energy has unveiled a mobile charging service for electric cars. The company, which specializes in mobile storage and charging stations, is launching an on-demand delivery service for charging electricity.
As part of the current relaxation for retailers, Swedish electric car brand Polestar has now opened more Polestar Spaces in Stuttgart, Hamburg and Munich, bringing the number of showrooms in this country to five.
The Viennese e-car sharing start-up Eloop (formerly Caroo Mobility) is benefiting from a seven-figure investment. In return, a subsidiary of the Graz-based C&P Immobilien AG and the Luxembourg fund of the European Super Angels Club are investing in the sharing provider.
CATL will supply batteries for the production version of the announced Mercedes-Benz eActros LongHaul starting in 2024. Daimler's commercial vehicle division has also entered into its own collaborations for battery and fuel cell truck infrastructure ahead of the planned split of the group.
The car-sharing provider Share Now is introducing another all-electric model to its Hamburg fleet in the form of the Fiat 500. 100 examples of the e-car are available in the Hanseatic city with immediate effect.
Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles, together with mobility service provider Moia and software company Argo AI, has unveiled plans for an autonomous ridepooling pilot project based on the all-electric VW ID. Buzz AD aims to develop an autonomous, internationally scalable ridepooling system in Hamburg by 2025.
The e-cargo bike manufacturer Onomotion has gained another CEP service provider as a customer with UPS, which is using a total of ten new Onos in Hamburg and Cologne.